Friends of the Earth has welcomed the announcement that Sainsbury's has increased its effort to cut its carbon emissions.
An energy supplier that wants to build wind turbines in Hemswell Cliff has been criticised for canvassing "selected" individuals for a consultation.
Claims that Nick Clegg and George Osbourne are divided over their views on green energy are expected to be denied by the deputy prime minister.
Homes could soon be powered by cheap energy thanks to the development of technology that allows windows to generate electricity.
Major upgrades to electricity supplies in Colne have been announced by Electricity North West.
A housing group has been shortlisted for an energy saving award for its work helping residents to reduce their carbon emissions.
A number of renovations planned for a community centre may help it to secure cheap energy bills and reduce its carbon footprint.
A new green energy deal is set to see recycled rubbish used to heat hundreds of homes in Glasgow.
Energy supplier EDF has announced plans to create an automated traffic managements system following concerns over access to a proposed new site.
The government has been called upon to create a single body that has responsibility for long-term monitoring of the home insulation market.
The government has announced the reduction of the Feed-in Tariff (FIT) rate for generated electricity.
The Department for Energy and Climate Change has welcomed a new report from the Office for Fair Trading (OFT) that reviews the home insulation market.
A drop-in session will be held today (August 2nd) in Knaresborough for members of the public to comment on plans to build an energy from waste plant at Allerton Park in North Yorkshire.
A consultation has been launched to discuss ways to bring cheap energy to Knaresborough through reducing the amount of power used for street lighting.
First Utility has announced a new electricity and gas deal
A father-of-three may be set to help other despairing parents to achieve cheap energy bills thanks to his latest invention.
Energy supplier EDF Energy has announced it is considering seeking more partners to share the costs of building new nuclear plants.
Householders looking to secure cheap energy bills may want to consider investing in solar panels.
The recent wet weather has resulted in a 200 per cent rise in summer heating bills, as Brits continue to use energy at levels normally seen in May.
Green energy sourced from solar panels now powers the UK's largest supercomputer.