The competition watchdog has said its new database to help boost energy switching won't lead to customers getting spam
Consumers who would lose money when their energy supplier goes bust could be reimbursed by all other energy customers
Scottish Power has been ordered to pay £15 million to customers for previous IT failings
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Age UK has vowed to address concerns around a lack of transparency following criticism of its partnership with E.on
Regulator Ofgem has revealed more than six million households switched energy provider in 2015 – 15% more than in 2014
The energy regulator says it is looking into claims about deals offered by E.on and the charity Age UK
Npower has been ordered to pay a record £26 million fine for 'unacceptable' billing and complaint failures
Economy Energy has been found guilty of mis-selling and not telling customers about price hikes
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Utilita told to pay a penalty of £560,000 to customers and to a charity after Ofgem found it blocked users switching
Some energy customers who switched last winter have voiced frustrations about new suppliers upping direct debits
Green Star Energy has this week launched the first 'unlimited' gas and electricity tariff for two years
MoneySavingExpert.com has negotiated cheaper than the cheapest gas and electricity tariffs
Ofgem has today revised typical usage figures, which are used across the industry to help people compare prices
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