ScottishPower is to cut dual-fuel prices by 3.3 per cent from 31 January as it passes on savings from the Government's green levy-shake up.
Another band of heavy rain and strong winds is expected on Monday and New Years Eve, bringing further floods and disruption
Prime Minister praises ‘real spirit’ of storm victims in Kent left without power for five days
Some energy companies have been accused of “getting away with green murder” for failing to pass on savings from a Government shake-up of levies.
Fund managers controlling billions of pounds invested in UK energy companies have warned that they are considering pulling out of the sector because of political interference in the market.
Cable warns against ‘short-sighted and foolish’ decisions
Labour plans to rein in energy lobbyists as analysis shows ministers have met with energy giants five times more often than with consumer groups
They offer you everything from double glazing to a spanking new kitchen... three billion times
Npower has been rated the worst power supplier in Britain for the second year in a row.
Around 2.3 million more households were told they face higher energy bills today when Scottish Power became the fourth major firm to announce rate hikes with winter just around the corner.
With energy price hikes on the cards, the battle to find the best gas and electricity rates is hotting up.
Big Six suppliers could face mandatory price controls, says Ofgem, as public anger mounts over exorbitant fuel bills
A million extra households have been pushed into fuel poverty in the space of just a year as rising prices cripple family budgets.
The energy watchdog said today that it had launched an investigation into a "potentially misleading" offer by Scottish Power promoted during its last price hike.
Put the words "debt" and "free" into a search engine and you will come up with no fewer than 60,000 results most of which are are fee chargers. But from next year the debt management industry is going to find it a lot harder to suggest that its services are free in any respect.
Family of four can expect weekly food bill of £100 to increase by £5, which adds up to £260 a year