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Confused.com's gas & electricity best-buy table

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No one wants to pay over the odds for their gas and electricity. Check our energy best-buy table to compare cheap gas and electricity suppliers.

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When is the best time to buy...?

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Your quick reference guide of the best times to buy certain things and get the lowest prices.

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6 best ways to get your bank balance back in shape

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When it comes to reviewing your finances, it makes sense to focus on the areas that could save the most cash with the least effort.

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Blog: Have you turned on your heating yet?

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The clock marking the official end of British Summer Time hasn't even gone back yet, but many are feeling the winter chill. Have you put your heating on yet?

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Switch & save! Energy deals ending August & September 2014

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A number of gas and electricity deals expire in August and September 2014. Don't wait for your bill to rise. Switch now to save money on future bills.

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Four steps to getting the best energy deal

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Complaints to the UK's big six energy firms are at a high. Kate Rose, head of gas and electricity at Confused.com, shares her four steps to consumer satisfaction.

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Energy firm switch to be speeded up

  •  16 Jun, 2014
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Switching gas and electricity suppliers will be made much quicker under new rules coming into force by the end of the year.

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One in 10 households are fuel poor

  •  12 Jun, 2014
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Around 10% of families in England struggle to pay their gas and electricity bills, according to official data.

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Plan for zero-carbon homes revealed

  •  05 Jun, 2014
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Renewable energy experts have criticised Government plans to water down a move to make all new-build homes "zero-carbon".

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Solar power can make significant impact in Scotland

  •  20 May, 2014
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A massive chunk of Scotland's electricity needs could be provided by putting up solar panels on a quarter of a million roofs, new research suggests.

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