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Ofgem to probe Age UK charity's energy deal with E.on

The energy regulator says it is looking into claims about deals offered by E.on and the charity Age UK

Npower fined record £26m for late billing shambles

Npower has been ordered to pay a record £26 million fine for 'unacceptable' billing and complaint failures

Economy Energy to pay £250,000 to charity for mis-selling

Economy Energy has been found guilty of mis-selling and not telling customers about price hikes

Hidden British Gas £270-a-year saving

Is your energy company screwing you? Slashing the amount you pay really isn't difficult -it takes just minutes

Energy provider Utilita blocked 40,000 households from switching

Utilita told to pay a penalty of £560,000 to customers and to a charity after Ofgem found it blocked users switching

Energy direct debit hiked? Challenge it

Some energy customers who switched last winter have voiced frustrations about new suppliers upping direct debits

Green Star Energy launches 'unlimited' gas and electricity tariff: But is it any good?

Green Star Energy has this week launched the first 'unlimited' gas and electricity tariff for two years

The Big Energy Switch Event III: Ends Thursday

MoneySavingExpert.com has negotiated cheaper than the cheapest gas and electricity tariffs

Typical energy usage falls, but it doesn't mean you'll pay less

Ofgem has today revised typical usage figures, which are used across the industry to help people compare prices

Test your energy fix - check if you can save £100s

Most comparison sites give the WRONG savings (as Ofgem tells 'em to). Now we're uniquely revolting...

Energy customers set to get 24 hour switching

Energy customers will be able to switch suppliers within 24 hours by 2018, under plans confirmed by the Government

Npower debts to be written off after complaints left unresolved

Approximately 1,000 former and existing Npower customers will have debts written off and be given free energy