Many Yorkshire pensioners could benefit from switching gas and electricity companies as 20 per cent of them are skipping meals to free up money for bills, new figures reveal.
Homeowners in the UK could enjoy greater relief on prices from energy suppliers if payments to overseas residents are cut, reports the Sun.
A climate fund to be set up in the north-west of England could help homeowners looking to switch gas and electricity companies.
A major cancer charity has warned that more than 4,400 patients in Scotland are in danger of slipping into poverty, partly as a result of high prices from energy suppliers.
Thousands of potential job opportunities could be lost if the government fails to support cheap energy from wind farms, according to a new report.
The announcement of 11 different sites being proposed for new nuclear reactors could encourage people seeking price reductions from their energy suppliers.
Pensioners in Northumberland comparing energy prices could find their lives made a little easier by claiming a social security disability benefit.
An autism charity has urged the chancellor to reach out to families affected by the condition by helping them enjoy better access to cheap energy.
Pensioners have the option of comparing energy prices and potentially switching suppliers altogether in pursuit of a better deal, reports edp24.co.uk.
Homeowners deciding whether to switch gas and electricity companies could be helped by a so-called 'green recovery' package being proposed by Consumer Focus.
A charity has called for pensioners to receive automatic benefits payments to help them tackle price rises from energy suppliers and other living costs.
Homeowners looking to compare gas and electricity prices may find greater choice if calls for increased green funds are reflected by the upcoming Budget, reports the Times.
A leading climate change expert has called for people not seeking low prices from energy suppliers to be subject to criminal charges, reports the Scotsman.
Homeowners seeking to switch energy companies could be encouraged by the possibility of job creation in the green sector.
The lack of manageable prices from energy suppliers has resulted in a 13 per cent increase in fuel poverty inquiries to the West Sussex Citizens' Advice Bureau (CAB), reports the Argus.
With many people struggling to pay high prices from energy suppliers, Oxfam has called for sweeping reforms to help Britain's poorest families.
People looking to switch gas and electricity companies may be interested to learn about a new energy-efficient apartment block proposed for Swansea.
Homeowners in Cumbria could consider comparing energy companies as new figures suggest that high prices have contributed to an increase in winter deaths.
Homeowners in Reading looking to switch energy companies could be encouraged by the announcement of a £120,000 efficiency programme.