Support from the government will be needed if more people are going to be able to compare energy prices from the marine sector, according to a report from Frost & Sullivan.
More people in Somerset could be happier to switch energy sources following an exhibition on nuclear power continuing today and tomorrow (November 20th and 21st) in Bridgwater.
Pursuing reductions in business energy and domestic prices by installing microgeneration equipment should be encouraged, but there is also a need for control, says an expert body.
Electronics manufacturer Siemens has managed to produce cheap energy rates by designing traffic lights that operate with greater efficiency.
The majority of consumers in Scotland are willing to switch energy sources to nuclear power, despite the ruling Scottish National Party's (SNP) opposition to the technology, new figures suggest.
Consumers planning to switch energy practices by using energy-saving light bulbs could be disappointed to hear new figures suggesting they eventually lose 22 per cent of their brightness.
Vulnerable homeowners looking to switch energy companies to get cheaper rates are to receive more support, according to details outlined in the Queen's Speech.
While many people may choose to switch gas and electricity companies in pursuit of cheaper rates, a Labour MP has warned consumer prices could rise to fund nuclear redevelopment.
High prices from energy suppliers will leave more than 25 per cent of homes in the north-east of England in fuel poverty over the winter months, reports the Journal.
More people could compare energy prices from different sources soon as the Queen's speech today (November 18th) is expected to include a levy for carbon capture and storage (CCS) research.
Residents living on a major housing estate in Chester could find their energy supplier bills reduced as they stand to benefit from a range of domestic efficiency measures.
Consumers could find they are able to compare energy rates from more sources if an oil exploration project in Lincolnshire yields results.
Many more people would be able to switch energy sources if solar panels were fitted to every south-facing building in the UK, an expert claims.
The cost of building and maintaining wind farms throughout the UK could threaten cheap energy rates, reports the Daily Express.
Plans set in motion by the government and energy suppliers will not reach existing emissions reduction targets until 2100, according to the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE).
The redevelopment of a nuclear infrastructure in Britain by various energy suppliers could be aided by proposed government tax breaks, reports the Times.