The energy regulator has put back plans to introduce a 'switching database'
Energy suppliers won't be able to claw back cash from customers for energy used more than 12 months ago under new plans
Millions of SSE customers on its standard tariff will see their energy bills jump next month
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Ofgem is contacting major energy suppliers to check customers with fixes ending have been given correct exit fee info
Energy switching rose 30% in 2016 compared with the previous year – but most are still overpaying on standard tariffs
Britain's biggest energy provider is to launch a customer rewards scheme from April that will include Sky TV deals
Energy customers could be given more protection of Ofgem introduce additional stress testing
The levels at which a temporary prepayment price cap have been set out by the energy regulator Ofgem
Energy regulator Ofgem is pushing ahead with plans to encourage customers to find the best deals
Energy customers continue to receive incorrect info about the switching process by Big Six firms
Last year, around a million more people switched their electricity supply than in 2015
Energy customers whose accounts were in credit when they closed them have been refunded almost £670 million since 2014
'Switching database' to allow rival energy firms to offer cheaper deals to those on costly standard tariffs
The CMA plans to encourage households on expensive standard variable energy tariffs to switch to much cheaper deals
British Gas and Npower have been wrongly telling customers coming to the end of their fix they'll have to pay to switch
GB Energy ceased trading at the weekend and Co-op Energy has been appointed the new supplier to its 160,000 customers