Cheap gas customers living in Scotland might not be surprised to hear that it will be "extremely challenging" to get rid of fuel poverty by 2016 in light of recent price hikes from energy suppliers.
People who want to cut their energy bills could compare energy prices and choose a cheap electricity tariff from a range available.
Householders wanting to compare energy and switch gas deals to get cheaper tariffs might be interested to hear that buildings in Cornwall are set to be fitted with solar photovoltaic panels.
The government must do more to champion green cheap electricity in order to protect energy security and lower bills for millions of energy comparison customers.
People who are fighting cancer might be in need of cheap energy bills because of the effect the disease and its subsequent treatment has on their ability to keep warm, Macmillan Cancer Support has stated.
Domestic energy customers might be interested to hear that energy supplier EDF has reported half-year profits that exceeded expectations.
The decision to fine one of the Big Six energy suppliers over its complaints handling could knock cheap electricity customers' confidence in the provider.
Cheap gas customers are likely to question why energy suppliers' price hikes are necessary given that British Gas parent company Centrica has posted half-year profits of £1.3 billion.
One of the Big Six energy suppliers has welcomed a call from Which? to make its complaints process more transparent for cheap energy customers.
Business energy customers could tackle rising energy prices by setting out long-term goals to save money and reduce energy use across their operations.
The recent price hikes announced by three energy suppliers send a message that the energy market is in "drastic need of reform", according to the Scotsman.