Two of the Big Six energy suppliers have now warned customers to expect further price hikes this year.
The government's decision to raise carbon cutting targets is a "significant step forward", energy comparison customers might agree.
The excessive rate of winter mortality is still a "huge problem" and one that could be solved with the supply of cheap energy to vulnerable households.
Domestic energy users wanting to switch gas deals will be more inclined to live in an environmentally friendly home when utility bills are at their highest.
Summer might be on its way but consumers could be encouraged to switch gas and electricity plans ahead of potential price hikes.
Consumers worried about their energy bills might be inclined to compare energy tariffs from other energy suppliers after British Gas pulled the cheapest deal on the market.
Scotland is set to be at the forefront of Europe's green energy revolution, according to the country's first minister.
Energy comparison customers living in non-energy efficient homes might benefit from improved monitoring, it has been claimed.
Prospective homeowners might be able to tell how much they will pay for their cheap energy supply in a new house if properties carry an energy performance label.
Domestic energy customers could see their utility bills increase by more than £400 a year as a result of the government's climate change policies, an energy comparison site has warned.
Now that summer is on its way, many domestic energy users will not be thinking of ways to heat their homes.
A consumer group has called on the government to clarify how much people will be paying for long-term carbon reduction targets, energy comparison users might be interested to learn.
Consumers who are in desperate need of a cheap energy supply could have their mental and physical health put at risk by living in a cold home, research has suggested.
The amount of nuclear used in the provision of cheap energy will be different for each country, the World Energy Council has stated.
Consumers who have concerns about their household finances should compare energy deals to see if they would be better off on a different tariff.
Concerns about nuclear energy are likely to drive demand for cheap gas, particularly in the wake of the meltdown at Japan's Fukushima power plant.
Energy comparison customers might be interested to learn that the government has been accused of disguising subsidies paid to the nuclear sector.
Schemes to help deliver cheap energy bills to those on low incomes should be made simpler and involve less bureaucracy, an MP has argued.
Elderly customers might be inclined to compare energy deals and switch gas tariffs in light of comments made by a pensioners' group.
Customers whose supply of cheap gas and electricity comes from British Gas might be interested to hear that the energy supplier's parent company has bought a central heating firm.
There are many myths to be shattered before the UK starts building a new generation of nuclear power plants with which to meet its cheap energy needs.
Consumers might be over the worst of the recession but soaring energy prices have pushed household expenditure to its highest level in three years.
Domestic gas and electricity bills from Scottish & Southern Energy could be increasing again before winter.
More people could be carrying out energy comparison tasks in the coming months as the squeeze on consumer spending gets worse, according to Ernst & Young.
Consumers who are left confused by their energy bills might be tempted to switch gas supplier to the Co-operative after the group launched a simplified tariff.
Savvy householders could switch gas tariffs now in order to avoid a 50 per cent rise in gas and electricity bills.
UK householders could look to switch energy deals now before a potential price rise.
Thousands of people could benefit if they switch gas tariffs following research from the National Debtline.
Landlords who are looking to switch gas tariffs in order to reduce energy bills will have to upgrade their properties in light of new government announcements.
Wales and West Utilities is to be investigated by Ofgem after "discrepancies" were found in the energy supplier's records.
Britons are increasingly worried about the impact high gas and electricity bills are having on their finances, new figures show.