Energy Billing & Fuel Debt

Advice blogs on how you are billed for your energy including managing fuel debt and switching suppliers.

2022 is set to be a very challenging year for many of us. The cost of living has increased across the board, food prices, fuel prices and energy prices are climbing. To help alleviate this the Government have agreed to provide some financial assistance to households across the UK.

Support with Energy Bills during the Cost-of-Living Crisis

Confused about how to read your energy meters? We show you how to do this in our blog.

How to read your meter

The cost of living crisis is set to become a major challenge in 2022 and beyond. This blog contains some of our best advice and guidance for those worried about the increase in energy costs this year.

Energy Price Crisis 2022

If you’ve heard that your energy supplier has ceased trading it’s normal to be worried or concerned. In this blog we’ll talk you through what this means for you and what steps you need to take in the short term.

What happens if your energy supplier goes bust?

Ofgem has announced the energy price cap is increasing in October. Find out how you could avoid the price hike.

Avoid the Energy Price Cap

Being behind on your energy bills can be stressful and worrying. Cosy Kingdom is here to help and we have lots of useful advice.

Dealing with Debt

If you've stuck with your supplier for a number of years chances are you could be missing out on savings from switching to a better deal. In this blog, we'll explain what you need to look out for to get switched on to switching.

Get switched on!

Christmas time is often a time of extravagance and overindulgence. However, when it comes to the energy you are using in your home, you don’t need to be wasteful to be comfortable.

Energy saving advice for a Cosy Christmas

Why not shop around and get a cheaper tariff for both your gas and electricity from a more competitive energy provider? Many people can save at least £280 a year by switching to a cheaper tariff.

A guide to switching energy suppliers