Householders in the north-east should look to compare energy prices and switch gas tariffs as research shows their collective bills have risen to £173 million.
Homeowners wanting to switch energy tariffs in order to secure cheap gas deals have been given tips on how to find the best offers from energy suppliers.
Householders in mid-Devon could secure cheap energy bills by taking part in a local authority scheme to install green electricity generating equipment on the roofs of half its homes.
Thousands of consumers in Scotland could secure cheap gas and cheap electricity bills thanks to new government funding.
Families who compare energy prices to find the cheapest deal could save more money on their bills by taking part in a green electricity scheme.
More people could be in need of cheap electricity prices after a government minister admitted that fuel poverty is on the rise.
The Big Six energy suppliers are starting to realise that their cheap energy customers are losing confidence in them.
Labour leader Ed Miliband will promise to tackle the dominance of the Big Six energy suppliers in order to secure cheap gas and electricity bills for 80 per cent of UK families.
Householders wanting to save money on their energy bill could switch gas or electricity supplier and become more energy efficient at home in order to secure cheap energy tariffs.
Now is the perfect time to find cheap energy deals online and switch gas or electricity provider, according to money saving expert Martin Lewis.
With the cost of energy set to be even higher this winter, householders could be better off searching online for the best gas and electricity prices and switching to a different tariff.
Energy suppliers are not prioritising energy efficiency as highly as most cheap energy consumers would like, according to new research.
Cheap electricity customers who make energy saving changes to their homes should see their efforts reflected in the value of their property.
Customers looking for cheap electricity tariffs on an energy comparison site may not have a vast choice of green offers because there are still barriers to wind power production.
Fair and simple cheap energy tariffs are needed so that energy comparison customers can find the best deal for them.
Customers who cannot afford to pay their energy bills could look online to compare energy prices and maybe switch to a cheaper deal.
Customers who compare energy prices hoping to find a cheap deal might consider opting for a fixed rate tariff.
Householders who want to compare energy prices now that the Big Six energy suppliers have put up their tariffs have been turning to the internet to find out how to save money.
Householders in Warwick could soon receive cheap electricity from a green source after the district council gave a solar panel programme the nod.
With energy secretary Chris Huhne promising to crack down on energy suppliers' complex tariffs, research shows cheap electricity customers find it hard to calculate their bills.
Energy customers who are after the best gas and electricity prices might be concerned to find that their bills have risen significantly since the last of the Big Six energy suppliers announced a hike.
Cheap electricity customers who are struggling to work out how they'll pay their fuel bills this winter might be angry to hear that the Treasury is set to receive a multi-million pound windfall because of recent price hikes.
The Big Six energy suppliers have hit back at claims that they are being anti-competitive for not allowing smaller providers to enter the market, cheap gas customers might be interested to hear.
People aged over 55 might be at risk of struggling to pay their bills unless they switch gas tariff or move to different energy suppliers.
With the energy secretary stating that Ofgem will be given more powers to deal with the Big Six energy suppliers, consumer groups have said the promises have to be backed by action.
Householders who are in need of cheap electricity and cheap gas tariffs may welcome proposals set out by energy secretary Chris Huhne, according to Consumer Focus.
Tenants in rented accommodation could be deterred from wanting to compare energy prices and switch gas or electricity providers because of the terms of their contracts.
Predatory pricing from the major energy suppliers "must and will stop", energy secretary Chris Huhne has pledged.