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Toto Energy has introduced 'seasonal direct debits' and admitted to a 'misprint' over a price guarantee
Toto Energy has written to some of its customers warning they face a steep hike in bills over the next few weeks
Ofgem is to investigate SSE over whether it gave accurate information about the cheapest tariffs to prepay customers
Bulb is doubling its referral bonus this week, offering £100 bill credit each to the new and the existing customer
Regulator Ofgem is introducing rules to cap costs for customers who are forced to have prepayment meters
SSE has announced it's in discussions with Innogy SE – the owners of Npower – to merge their energy supply businesses
Not-for-profit energy supplier Ebico has launched a tariff that offers Economy 7 users 'free' electricity at night
An independent review into the cost of energy has found we're paying too much for our gas and electric
Ofgem research has found energy firms are letting customers run up increasingly large debts before choosing to step in
Draft legislation to bring in a price cap on standard variable energy tariffs has been revealed by the Government
MPs call on Theresa May to honour election pledge to cap energy prices - but you can save now by switching
A group of 192 MPs has called on the Prime Minster to deliver on a pre-election pledge to bring in an energy price cap
Big six supplier E.on has launched a new fixed deal offering two free cinema tickets a month – but does it make the cut?