Consumers who have shopped around for the cheapest energy tariff are likely to lose money when the government's energy reforms come into force.
Efforts to tackle climate change are not responsible for increased energy prices, government advisers have insisted.
Energy regulator Ofgem's chief executive Alistair Buchanan comments ahead of this week's energy summit:
Prime minister David Cameron and energy secretary Chris Huhne, writing on moneysavingexpert.com, outline their approach before today's energy summit:
Shadow energy secretary Caroline Flint comments on the energy summit taking place today:
Chris Huhne will fire another warning shot across the bow of British energy companies today with demands for a radical compensation system.