Homeowners looking to switch gas suppliers to get cheap gas bills could improve the energy efficiency of their abode, as this will also boost the value of the property.
A large number of Brits who may compare energy deals to find a cheap electricity tariff could be unaware of the risks of having outdated or badly-maintained wiring and appliances in their home.
Consumers looking to compare energy prices in order to get the best deals may be interested to hear that one supplier has issued a warning of reduced profits for the year.
A greater number of people may wish to compare energy suppliers to find a cheap gas and electricity deal as the impact of recent rises begins to be felt.
Energy supplier Scottish and Southern Energy (SSE) is set to invest millions of pounds in improving the quality of its electricity network, something that may be of interest to people searching for cheap energy.
Performing an energy comparison to find cheap electricity and gas deals could be vital for many people as incomes are failing to keep up with inflation.
Those struggling to pay high bills sent to them by their energy suppliers may be able to benefit from a new campaign launched by Citizens Advice and Consumer Focus.
The rising price of energy will lead to financial problems for many households this Christmas, the general secretary of the Trades Union Congress has warned.
Landlords need to take steps to ensure their properties are protected from any potential damage this winter by improving energy efficiency.
Interest in solar panels from those looking to benefit from cheap electricity will remain in spite of the government's recent changes to feed-in tariffs.
Small companies looking to switch their business energy supplier might want to take advantage of a new fair billing commitment launched by British Gas.
A member of the Scottish parliament has called on the UK government to provide assistance to those who want to benefit from cheap electricity and gas bills by moving to an energy efficient home.
The public need to examine ways they can go green and adopt a sustainable approach to housing and their energy usage.
Elderly and vulnerable people need as much help as possible to ensure they stay warm during the cold winter months as they struggle with rising gas and electricity prices, the director-general of Saga has warned.