Providing a higher tariff for homeowners producing their own renewable energy to supplement or replace that provided by energy suppliers could invigorate the clean energy sector in the UK.
The Ministry of Defence (MoD) is to seek lower business energy bills by installing smart meters at several of its facilities.
Within the next few months corporate efforts to reduce business energy prices and change practices will be primarily motivated by legislation, according to Gartner.
People keen to compare energy use demonstrated by laundry equipment may be keen to visit a show taking place at the NEC Birmingham in November.
People keen to switch energy to nuclear sources in the coming years could be encouraged that energy minister Lord Hunt has pushed the resource.
Plans to invest more in the development of cheap energy from marine technology have been welcomed by the Renewable Energy Association (REA).
The government is offering communities the chance to access £10 million of funding and all residents have to do is make sure they are obtaining cheap energy bills.
Eco-friendly energy could be more readily available as part of a cheap energy solution after the government announced £20 million of investment in the technology.
Energy consumers have been advised to seek new energy suppliers as winter approaches, with a new range of cheap energy tariffs coming onto the market.
Scottish Power has announced it is to cut its electricity and gas bills for people paying online, offering cheap energy to its customers.
Complimentary advice from the Energy Saving Trust (EST) on how to reduce bills from energy suppliers and lower carbon emissions is to be put on offer in Merseyside.
Both business energy costs and domestic bills alike could be reduced by rolling out smart meters across the UK and manufacturer Landis and Gyr hopes to have a major role.
A new hydro plant in Scotland that could enable more people to switch energy sources for a cleaner supply may have to be closed by Scottish and Southern Energy (SSE) for a year or more.
The Conservatives have launched a new plan to help reduce bills from energy suppliers in Wales by retrofitting homes if they have a role in the Assembly government from 2011.
Homeowners looking to switch energy companies in pursuit of cheaper tariffs could turn to either one of two new firms offering competitive rates.
A bus developed by authorities in Oxfordshire is to teach children how to pursue cheap energy and provide education in relation to renewable technology.
More homeowners may seek to switch energy firms as a new survey from consumer organisation Which? revealed many people are confused by jargon on their bills.
Utilising the storage potential of the North Sea could enable energy suppliers to build more coal-fired power stations using carbon capture and storage (CCS), according to Ed Miliband.