Householders in Hull wanting to switch gas could be eligible for a scheme to help them deal with fuel poverty.
Householders who wish to switch energy tariffs might be hampered by the installation of their existing energy supplier's meter.
Nearly one million households in Scotland could fall into fuel poverty if the rest of the Big Six energy suppliers put up their prices.
The next price hike from a member of the Big Six energy suppliers could come sooner rather than later as the chair of Centrica has warned householders to brace themselves.
It is only a matter of time before the other companies which form the Big Six energy supplier's follow ScottishPower's lead and increase their energy prices.
Householders are being urged to switch energy tariffs now ahead of an estimated £3.6 billion nationwide price hike.
Although the recent price hike news from ScottishPower has dented the optimism of many energy comparison customers, good things may come from it.
Many domestic energy users are sceptical about solar panels because they believe the equipment is too expensive to install.
Customers wanting to compare gas and electricity prices should do so now ahead of future energy price hikes.
Rises in the cost of domestic energy could see councils struggling to meet commitments on reducing fuel poverty.
Domestic energy users could be deterred from installing solar panels with which to generate their own cheap electricity because of cuts to the feed-in tariff rates.
None of the Big Six energy suppliers have dismissed rumours of further price hikes later this year.
Domestic energy customers have been warned that they are paying around £200 a year in 'hidden' green taxes as part of their energy billing.
Householders wanting to compare energy tariffs to find the best deal could also cut their bills by turning off electrical appliances when they are not in use.
Industry watchdog Ofgem has been called on to push through reforms to the electricity market in order to force energy suppliers to co-operate.
Customers who are searching in vain for cheap electricity deals are increasingly turning to green energy to meet their needs, according to the Star.
Energy comparison customers should be assured that the government's Green Deal will work towards offsetting any price hikes that energy suppliers implement, the energy secretary has said.
Householders in Stoke-on-Trent could be given the opportunity to generate their own cheap energy through a solar panel scheme run by the city council and E.ON.
The body that regulates energy suppliers has been told to "wake up" to the issue of price hikes.
With the news that ScottishPower is implementing "huge" price hikes for its gas and electricity customers, householders have been urged to switch to fixed-rate deals.
Older customers who are in need of cheap energy during the coldest part of the year tend to prioritise keeping warm over eating, according to research.
Householders in north Wales have been invited to go green as part of a number of community projects.
Domestic energy users have been urged to switch energy tariffs now before a 19 per cent price rise from ScottishPower comes into effect.
Customers in the UK could be encouraged to switch gas suppliers after it emerged that Scottish and Southern Energy is to supply 500 million cubic metres of the substance in partnership with Statoil.
Cheap energy users in Bristol could receive power from a new gas-fired plant if plans get the go ahead.
Carrying out an energy comparison and making a move to switch gas tariffs has been voted the top household budgeting priority by UK customers.
More householders are becoming interested in small-scale green electricity production, according to HomeSun.
Domestic energy customers in Oxfordshire have been saving money on their energy bills by using smart meters in their homes.