Consumers will find it easier to compare energy deals and find cheap gas and electricity deals under new government plans.
Now is the time to compare cheap energy prices and switch gas or electricity tariffs to find a better deal.
The rising cost of living could see pensioners compare energy prices and switch gas providers in order to save money.
Householders looking to compare gas and electricity prices have been assured that energy bills are not rising as a result of green government policies.
A quarter of people living in London could be in need of finding the best gas and electricity prices because they are currently unable to pay their energy bills.
With higher prices being introduced by the Big Six energy suppliers, energy comparison customers might be worried about falling into fuel poverty this winter.
Landlords who are hoping to secure cheap gas and cheap electricity bills for their clients could make energy efficient improvements to their properties ahead of new government legislation.
Cheap electricity customers might be interested to hear that a biomass plant has been granted planning permission in Wales, meaning 300,000 energy comparison householders could benefit from the renewable energy facility.
Energy comparison customers who face price hikes from the six major energy suppliers have been assured by a government minister that they can get better deals if they compare gas and electricity tariffs online.
With all of the Big Six energy suppliers hiking their prices, householders might be feeling worried about how they are going to pay their gas and electricity bills this winter.
In a bid to prevent more energy comparison households from falling into fuel poverty, one housing provider has created a team of experts who will check residents are not spending more than they should on their bills.
Older consumers may have a more urgent need for cheap gas and cheap electricity prices, as research shows they have been disproportionally hit by rising inflation.
It is "sickeningly inevitable" that all of the Big Six energy suppliers have now raised their prices, leaving energy comparison customers to face a long, cold winter worried about how they are going to afford to heat their homes.
Millions of people could be at risk of getting into fuel poverty if they do not compare energy prices and switch gas or electricity tariffs to cheaper options.
EDF Energy customers who pay for their cheap gas and electricity by the quarter could see their annual energy expenditure rise by an average of £120 from the 10th of November.
UK householders who take part in the government's Green Deal scheme to secure cheap gas and cheap electricity bills could have their home assessments carried out by independent experts.
Average bills are set to rise to almost £1,300 a year for cheap energy customers now that all of the Big Six energy suppliers have hiked their prices.
Householders who are struggling with the discrepancies between their income and outgoings could compare energy prices online and switch to cheap gas tariffs in order to save a few more pounds.
Householders in Devon could benefit from cheap electricity deals after a local council agreed to look into the possibility of investing in cheap energy generating equipment for its housing stock.
Cheap energy customers are set to be hit by another price increase after the remaining one of the Big Six energy suppliers announced a hike today.
Help will be at hand for millions of energy comparison customers who take part in the government's Green Deal when it comes into effect next year.
Thousands of British consumers who are seeking help with debt are in fuel poverty, which could prompt many to compare energy prices online and switch gas and electricity tariffs.
Energy comparison customers who have invested in microgeneration technology in order to produce their own cheap electricity at home have been invited to share their experiences.
News that one of the Big Six energy suppliers has signed a pledge to stop its smart meter installers selling other products to cheap energy customers while on a job has been welcomed by Consumer Focus.
E.ON customers might be tempted to switch energy deals now that the energy supplier has hiked its gas prices by 18 per cent and electricity by 11 per cent.
Householders who receive their cheap gas and electricity from Scottish and Southern Energy face higher prices from today (September 14th).