Prices hikes from five of the major energy suppliers along with a freezing cold winter will concern vulnerable householders, Consumer Focus has warned.
Consumers looking to compare energy options in Wales might be interested to learn that the government is searching for firms to deliver a £100 million green energy scheme.
People wanting to switch energy to a greener supplier might be interested to hear that preliminary work has begun on buildings designed to construct wind turbines.
Energy comparison customers in Scotland may face freezing cold homes after energy suppliers admitted they could not get vital fuel deliveries out to rural areas.
Energy suppliers British Gas have launched a £37 million investment scheme to help its most vulnerable customers pay their household utility bills this winter.
Consumers might want to switch energy after hearing that E.ON has raised prices for its residential customers.
Consumers wishing to switch energy might be interested to hear that an energy supplier will receive three offshore wind turbines from Siemens Wind Power.
Customers who compare energy in Aberdeen could soon see a range of solar farms being installed around the area.
Energy comparison customers in Hawkhurst, Kent, could be plunged into darkness after the local council cancelled its street-lighting contract.
The closure of a turbine manufacturing plant will not disrupt power supplies to cheap electricity users, an energy company has insisted.
Energy comparison customers in Scotland might be interested to hear that the country has signed a deal with China to boost its renewable power supplies.
Cheap energy consumers in Cambridgeshire could soon be using power derived from a solar farm.
A Scottish family was left without a cheap gas supply over Christmas after their energy supplier turned off their power for maintenance reasons.
Cheap gas customers in Ireland are set to be hit with higher utility prices after the Bord Gais Energy Index increased by 12 per cent.
Pupils at a school in Watford have won a competition backed by energy suppliers British Gas due to its green measures.
Employees at energy suppliers National Grid have pledged industrial action to help them get a more advantageous pay deal.
Cheap gas customers in Ireland will have their prices frozen at current levels until the end of the 2010-11 gas year.
Consumers who are looking to compare energy deals may be interested in the cost-saving benefits of electric vehicles.