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Jan 20, 2023

Average energy bills could fall below £2,000 this summer

Jan 05, 2023

Typical energy bills to settle at £2,800 from summer

Nov 25, 2022

Ofgem proposes ways to help energy firms survive and safeguard customers

Nov 24, 2022

Average energy bills would have hit £4,279 in January

Nov 04, 2022

Energy bills to hit average £3,700 from April once guarantee ends

Oct 28, 2022

Moving to an energy prepayment meter: Everything you need to know

Oct 17, 2022

Seven million will experience dire fuel poverty without an extra £14bn

Sep 15, 2022

The £2,500 energy price guarantee isn’t the maximum bill you’ll pay

Sep 14, 2022

UK house prices leap to £292,000 in July as price growth doubles

Sep 12, 2022

Energy price guarantee rates: Your seven key questions answered

Sep 08, 2022

£2,500 energy price guarantee set: What it means for your bills

Sep 07, 2022

Will new PM Truss freeze the energy price cap?

Sep 02, 2022

More than 28 million people could face fuel poverty this winter

Sep 02, 2022

Key dates to help you with your finances this autumn

Sep 02, 2022

Ovo Energy announces £50m support package to help customers

Sep 01, 2022

Annual house price growth up 10% in August, says Nationwide

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