Labour has said David Cameron's comments during Prime Minister's Questions today show he is "standing shoulder to shoulder with the big energy companies."
Shadow energy secretary Caroline Flint said the Prime Minister was "out of touch" and "panicking over his failure to address soaring energy bills".
Ms Flint said: "People are seeing the cost of heating their home rising by 10% right now and all he offered was yet another review of a market that everyone knows is broken".
"Rather than standing up to the big energy companies he proposes letting them off the hook by scrapping the very same green levies that his own Government introduced."
Scottish Power has increased its gas and electricity bills as rifts appear in the Coalition over green energy taxes.
David Cameron has announced a review of competition in the energy market and vowed to roll back green regulations.