Energy comparison customers in Wales might be able to save money and receive cheap gas bills by taking part in a community initiative.
Householders in the north-east might be more inclined to compare energy prices and switch gas deals in light of comments made by a debt advice service.
Customers of energy suppliers might be interested to hear that parliament has approved new changes to the planning process for developers of major energy projects in England and Wales.
Householders wanting to switch energy deals should go through their bills to see if they can find a better cheap electricity rate elsewhere.
People who want to reduce the amount of cheap gas they use should compare energy efficiency measures to see what they can improve around their home.
Consumers might wish to compare energy deals ahead of future price rises, as the head of E.ON has claimed gas and electricity bills could double in the next decade.
It is not right that the Big Six energy suppliers own 99.9 per cent of the consumer market, Ed Miliband has argued.
A scheme to help householders secure cheap gas bills has been launched by one of the Big Six energy suppliers.
Consumers should switch gas deals to one of the fixed rate tariffs currently available from energy suppliers if they want to save money before the next round of price hikes.
Customers who want to switch energy deals to receive cheap electricity bills might be interested to hear that an energy monitoring device is able to cut power usage by around 20 per cent.
The four remaining energy suppliers that have not yet announced price hikes are likely to do so in the coming month
Householders seeking a cheap energy deal on a fixed rate might be inclined to do so quickly
Rising energy prices could persuade people to compare energy deals and switch gas tariffs if they find a cheaper option.
The launch of the government's White Paper on energy market reform (EMR) could help energy comparison customers find cheap energy bills in the coming years by making the UK more attractive to investors.
Consumers requiring a cheap electricity supply could install their own solar panels or compare energy deals from green suppliers.
More energy customers could decide to switch gas and electricity providers in light of recent price hikes.
Householders wanting to find a cheap energy deal with fixed rates could sign up to Online Fixed Saver November 2012 plan from ScottishPower
Older consumers are likely to be in need of cheap gas tariffs because price hikes from energy suppliers have left many in fuel poverty.
Reforms of the energy market could see changes in the way energy suppliers relate to their cheap electricity customers.
Householders who want to compare energy deals to get cheap electricity packages might be interested in a boiler scrappage scheme.
Energy suppliers should offer more competitive cheap energy deals that are not payable by direct debit or only available online in order to get more homes out of fuel poverty.
The number of domestic energy users being pushed into fuel poverty because of price hikes hit 5.5 million in the UK two years ago, but the situation almost certainly has got worse.
One in five households were affected by a dearth of cheap gas deals in 2009, pushing them into fuel poverty, official figures have shown.
The government's White Paper on energy market reform does not go far enough to stop energy suppliers' monopoly, meaning people will find it harder to secure cheap gas deals.
Homeowners wanting to receive cheap electricity bills might find that changing to energy efficient lighting helps them save money.
Cheap energy bills are likely to become more expensive as a result of the government's energy market reforms.