With the news that cheap gas customers have been hit hard by two energy suppliers' price hikes, it is becoming apparent that energy market reforms are necessary.
Cold-calling techniques used by energy suppliers do not allow customers to compare energy deals in an informed way.
Demand for cheap electricity could double over the next four decades as the UK's population increases, meaning reforms to the energy markets are necessary now.
Customers who have been inclined to compare energy deals in light of the recent price hikes from two major energy suppliers might be interested to hear that there is a place in the market for nuclear.
Reforms to the energy market could help secure cheap energy bills for more customers.
Energy suppliers should end all forms of cold-calling doorstep sales because the marketing strategy does not offer the best cheap energy deals to consumers.
It is only a matter of time before the remainder of the Big Six energy suppliers hike their prices, which could mean now is the right time for consumers to switch energy deals.
A government minister has urged consumers to compare energy deals and switch gas tariffs if they find cheaper quotes.
Householders who are living off the mains gas but want to secure cheap energy bills could try using heating oil.
Cheap electricity customers might be inclined to study their energy bill after one consumer claimed that he was being overcharged by his energy supplier.
Cheap energy customers might often wonder how much profit the energy suppliers make from their gas and electricity bills, particularly as prices are rising.
Energy comparison customers might want to switch energy suppliers after British Gas' price hike was described as "another bitter blow".
Householders who are having to use their savings to pay their utility bills should look to compare energy prices and switch gas deals to save money.
Many families living on the breadline could switch gas deals in order to secure cheap energy supplies.
Homeowners are increasingly turning to solar panels to secure cheap electricity and make a profit, according to Eco Environments.
Cheap energy users might be pleased to hear that energy supplier npower could be reprimanded for its use of silent calls.
Energy customers should switch gas tariffs to fixed-rate deals in order to save money.
Making a home more energy efficient is one way householders can secure cheap gas and cheap electricity bills.
Customers who are inclined to switch gas and electricity deals in light of price hikes from two of the Big Six energy suppliers might be interested to hear about the latest move from Scottish and Southern Energy (SSE).
With the news that the second of the Big Six energy suppliers will be hiking its energy prices, Chris Huhne has pledged that he will not "stand by and watch this happen".
Householders wanting to secure cheap energy tariffs should switch gas deals today after British Gas announced an 18 per cent price rise.
Householders hoping to find a cheap energy tariff could benefit from plans to make the energy market more competitive, amidst more price rises from the Big Six.
Energy users wanting to switch gas deals might be interested to hear that government officials have cut carbon emissions by almost 14 per cent in a year in Whitehall.
Families hoping to receive cheap electricity bills after installing solar panels on their roofs may not save as much money as they first thought.
If householders wanting to compare energy prices are to get anything out of the Green Deal, their voices must be heard.
News that Ofgem is looking into energy suppliers' price hikes has been welcomed by an MP.
The government's plans to insist that rental properties cannot be occupied by tenants if they are not fully energy efficient by 2018 have been criticised, householders carrying out an energy comparison might be interested to learn.
Householders could soon be choosing cheap energy tariffs from a larger range of energy suppliers as part of a government move towards greater competition.
A group of domestic energy users in London have banded together to see how much energy they can save around the house, with a £250 prize for the person who saves the most.