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SSE has today become the fifth of the big six energy providers to announce price cuts this year
Npower is cutting gas prices by 5.1% from 16 February, but you can save more by switching
SSE is to be investigated by Ofgem over concerns it restricted competition in the electricity connections market
Older News Stories14 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 announces13 January 2015
Eon has shaved the price of its standard gas tariff by 3.5%, which could save customers an average of £24/yr5 January 2015
It is unlikely existing customer tariffs will fall anytime soon, but more cheap fixes for new customers are possible24 December 2014
Customers of iSupplyEnergy will no longer be blocked from switching if they don't tell it they're moving elsewhere12 December 2014
SSE, Scottish Power and energy generator GDF SUEZ/IPM are to pay penalties totalling £4.6 million to charity8 December 2014
The Green Deal Home Improvement fund will reopen at 9am on 10 December with £100m available for home improvements4 December 2014
British Gas has been ordered to pay £11 million to charity after an Ofgem investigation found it failed energy targets28 November 2014
Ofgem has founf two generators guilty of failing to deliver energy saving measures to low-income households27 November 2014
The average annual dual fuel energy bill for the next 12 months is expected to be £1,326, according to Ofgem14 November 2014
Scottish Power is facing a ban on sales activity unless it must meet tough targets Ofgem has set14 November 2014
Thousands of Ovo Energy customers were charged the wrong amounts for their gas and electricity bills due to an IT 'bug'