Britain could be heading for a cheap energy crisis unless the country's energy infrastructure is given a major overhaul, a manufacturing organisation has warned.
Representatives from the major energy suppliers are scheduled to meet energy secretary Chris Huhne this week to discuss the progress of nuclear plans.
The market for cheap energy solar panels has experienced significant growth this year, new figures show.
The government's determination to boost sustainable cheap energy and cut carbon dioxide emissions could be putting thousands of manufacturing jobs at risk, a new report has warned.
Renewable cheap energy sources accounted for almost two-thirds of new electricity generation capacity installed in the EU last year, a new survey reveals.
The renewable cheap energy sector is expected to witness growth over the next few years, according to RenewableUK.
Religious buildings could make up to £29 million a year by generating cheap energy from solar panels, it has been suggested.
Energy suppliers are charging customers who pay their bills by cash or cheque up to £100 more than they charge direct debit customers, it has emerged.
Energy efficient windows can help consumers save money on bills from energy suppliers, an expert has said.
Consumers need to be given the right kind of information to help them improve their cheap energy efficiency, an expert has said.
Firms have been given a range of top tips about how they can increase their business energy efficiency during the warm summer months.
Consumers have been urged to switch energy suppliers to escape the hidden taxes that often lurk behind high energy bills.
Non-profit energy suppliers Ebico have teamed up with a council housing association in Derby to provide low-cost energy to council tenants.
A new survey reveals that most consumers want energy suppliers to be more transparent about the prices they charge for utilities.
A cable company in the north-east has secured crucial funding from the government for its part in a cheap energy wind development.
The Scottish government has been criticised for scrapping a grant scheme that helps householders improve their cheap energy efficiency.
Five cheap energy projects in Scotland have been given £13 million in grants to generate power from the sea.