Energy comparison customers in South Gloucestershire could soon be using power derived from a wind farm.
Cheap electricity customers could soon be able to generate their own heat by accessing the government's Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) plans.
Fixed rate tariffs 'could save money' in the long run
Consumers who live in stone houses may wish to compare energy deals after research showed traditional homes are more energy efficient than thought.
One in five householders in the UK owe money to energy suppliers, according to new research.
A local authority in London is offering residents a number of ways in which they can reduce their cheap energy bills.
More householders are in need of cheap energy tariffs as they face a squeeze on their finances, research has shown.
Energy comparison customers living in the West Midlands might be able to save money on their household bills with a new insulation scheme.
Householders in Leeds could be tempted to compare energy tariffs after using devices designed to monitor their power usage.
Householders might want to switch gas once they find out how much it costs to run their fridge or washing machine for a year.
Consumers in Wales could be persuaded to switch energy deals after a power company announced it would halve the capacity of its planned energy station.
Customers who use cheap gas may wish to compare energy deals in light of geopolitical upheaval in the Middle East.
Energy comparison customers in the UK may have helped drive its reduction of power usage since the year 2000.
Consumers wishing to switch energy provider might be able to have their homes insulated under a new government scheme.
Cheap electricity users should know that the employment market will start seeing more candidates with green skills.
Consumers wanting to compare energy because they are moving house do not tend to look at the environmentally friendly aspects of a new home.
Following one of the coldest winters on record, all of the major six energy suppliers have now put up their prices.
Energy comparison users in the north-east could be contributing to a rise in renewable energy production.
Energy suppliers might be encouraged to set up more power plants after RWE npower received government permission for its new facility in South Derbyshire.
The case of an elderly resident in the West Midlands could encourage more people to switch gas provider.