The Telegraph has advised customers wishing to switch gas or electricity suppliers to carefully read through their annual energy statement, which should be dropping through their letterboxes in the run up to Christmas.
Consumers who want to switch gas provider might be interested to hear that some British homes are now using energy generated from human waste.
Energy suppliers Npower have announced some of its gas customers will be eligible for a refund.
The Isle of Man's Office of Fair Trading (OFT) has denounced price hikes by energy suppliers as "very disappointing".
Consumers might find it increasingly difficult to access cheap energy in the coming years as Britain's ageing energy infrastructure needs urgent updating, Ofgem has stated.
Consumers took advantage of the government's small-scale feed-in tariff scheme (FiT) to invest in 2,771 installations to receive cheap energy between April 1st and June 30th, official data has revealed.
Older people must have access to cheap energy in order to keep themselves and their homes warm this winter, the chief medical officer for Wales has stated.