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Ofgem will be given powers to order suppliers to cut prices by the end of the year if Labour wins the general election
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The Big Deal has partnered with The Sun to launch a collective energy switch, but is it worth switching to?
Older News Stories20 January 2015
Scottish Power is the latest energy provider to announce a gas price cut of 4.8% but it takes effect from February14 January 2015
Three-quarters of low income families struggled with their energy bills last year, jeopardising their child's health14 January 2015
If you're looking to switch energy provider, from today it could take half as long as it did in the past, DECC announces5 January 2015
It is unlikely existing customer tariffs will fall anytime soon, but more cheap fixes for new customers are possible4 December 2014
British Gas has been ordered to pay £11 million to charity after an Ofgem investigation found it failed energy targets18 November 2014
First Utility is the latest energy company to face a backlash from disgruntled customers over unresolved complaints11 November 2014
Energy secretary Ed Davey has welcomed the UK's biggest collective switch which has saved users a combined £10 million16 September 2014
Oink has today become the latest provider to join the energy market, but you can get cheaper tariffs elsewhere12 September 2014
Ofgem plans for energy suppliers to tell customers about cheaper tariffs available from their other brands22 August 2014
EDF Energy will pay £3m to charity helping 'vulnerable customers' after Ofgem found it breached complaint rules30 July 2014
Energy bills could fall by an average of £12 a year if proposals to cap electricity networks spend get the go ahead14 July 2014
Complaints about energy companies have soared to their highest ever level, according to the Ombudsman Services