Householders are being advised to compare energy prices and switch gas or electricity provider if they want to see an increase in their disposable income.
The major energy suppliers have been asked to explain how they bill cheap energy customers during a period when tariff prices rise.
By spending money on insulating their house, domestic energy users could beat the price hikes implemented by five of the Big Six energy suppliers.
Householders may be able to save up to £500 a year on their domestic energy bills by fitting energy saving products around the home.
One of the major energy suppliers whose price hike comes into effect today (August 18th) has been warned it could be abandoned by customers seeking cheap energy deals from other providers.
Some nine million people will today be hit by British Gas' price hike of 18 per cent and 16 per cent respectively for gas and electricity customers.
Nearly one million households in Scotland could fall into fuel poverty if all six of the Big Six energy suppliers hike their prices.
Energy suppliers could be breaching regulations set out by the industry regulator by charging customers when they move onto a different cheap energy tariff.
Householders wanting to switch gas to find a cheap energy deal could save hundreds of pounds a year in doing so, according to an energy saving website.
Energy comparison customers will find the news that a fifth member of the Big Six energy suppliers has raised its prices "hard to swallow", according to Consumer Focus.
One of the Big Six energy suppliers has announced that it will reimburse every cheap energy customer who was overbilled due to a problem with its automated meter reading system.
Domestic energy customers who want to save themselves money now that five of the Big Six energy suppliers have hiked prices should invest in energy saving lights.
With npower being the fifth of the Big Six energy suppliers to raise its prices this summer, domestic energy users might like to compare energy tariffs online to find a better deal.
Another of the Big Six energy suppliers has today announced a price hike, which could send householders to their computers in a bid to find cheap energy tariffs on an energy comparison site.
People aged over 50 might be tempted to compare energy prices and find cheap gas and electricity deals online after a report found many are concerned about the cost of living.
All remaining energy suppliers that have not yet discontinued their doorstep selling should do so immediately in order to give energy comparison customers the best chance of finding a suitable deal.
Cheap gas customers could be paying more than they have to when it comes to their boiler services, even when engineers trained by energy suppliers carry out the job.
There is a danger that the government is underestimating the number of domestic energy households in fuel poverty, according to the head of the Fuel Poverty Advisory Group.
Domestic energy customers who live in social housing could receive renewable energy equipment in order to cut their energy bills next winter.
Cheap gas customers looking to compare energy prices in Northumberland might be pleased to hear that they could receive a free energy efficiency check on their home.
Householders who are feeling the unseasonal cold this summer might wish to compare energy prices and see whether a tariff from other energy suppliers could provide cheaper bills.
All of the major energy suppliers should take a leaf out of British Gas' book and suspend their doorstep sales activity, householders wanting to compare energy prices might agree.
A second of the Big Six energy suppliers is to suspend its doorstep sales activity, energy comparison customers might be interested to learn.
Cheap energy customers could be hit with larger price rises than they were expecting because of the type of tariff they are on.
Cheap electricity users in London might be interested to hear that they could be eligible for free energy efficiency measures for their homes.