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Single out your energy supplier as dual fuel deals fall short

Households can beat the best ‘dual fuel’ deals on the market by an average of £55 a year if they switch to separate suppliers for their gas and electricity

    Signs of swifter energy switching

    Switching energy supplier has begun to speed up following Ofgem’s pledge to enforce maximum 17 day transfers by the end of the year

      Making it easy to switch business energy contracts

      A guide to the practices business energy suppliers adopt when their customers' contracts are up for renewal

        Reducing Energy Bills for Schools | Make It Cheaper

        Errors are being found on the energy bills of schools that are leaving the local authority. Click here to learn what to look out for.

          One of 1,000 Companies to Inspire

          Make It Cheaper is named as one of the London Stock Exchange’s 1,000 Companies to Inspire Britain in 2015.

            Rent rise fears over landlord tax relief cuts

            UK tenants fear rents will rise as an affect of their landlords losing mortgage tax reliefs. Click here to read the full report from Make It Cheaper.

              SME workforce expected to lead voting turnout for UK general election

              Research commissioned by Make It Cheaper suggests that small businesses will lead voting turnout at the 2015 general election,

                Make It Cheaper and Eco-Nomics announce Energy Partnership

                Make It Cheaper and Eco-Nomics have announced the formation of a strategic partnership to offer a complete energy service to Britain’s businesses.

                  Consumer Champion for Business Energy

                  Make It Cheaper won the title of 'Consumer Champion' for the second year running at The Energy Live Consultancy Awards.

                    Landlord vs Tenant - Confusion Rains Over Rising Damp

                    New research from Make It Cheaper suggests that tenants are confused about their responsibilities in a tenancy, as well as their landlords'. Click for more.