Homeowners looking to switch energy companies to a cleaner supplier may have to wait as campaigners have challenged the eco credentials on a planned Scottish wind farm.
Homeowners looking to compare energy prices and get the best deals could be better off arranging payment over the internet.
MPs have criticised the government's Warm Front scheme that is designed to reduce the impact of prices from energy suppliers and described it as "failing".
Over 70 per cent of homeowners know the efficiency rating of kitchen appliances so they can pursue cheap energy rates, but far fewer do the same for home entertainment devices.
People living near national parks looking to compare energy prices may soon be able to source their power from wind turbines.
Homeowners looking to switch energy companies to EDF may find their decision affected by news that Ofgem has fined the supplier for poor customer service.
Reduced business energy consumption and domestic usage due to the recession could result in the level of necessary investment in the sector being lowered, a new study suggests.
Solar photovoltaic (PV) systems could be more viable for homeowners opting for a different energy supplier as a result of a new government plan.
People in Selby, North Yorkshire, hoping to switch energy to a cleaner source may have the opportunity as an anaerobic digestion (AD) plant is to be built there.
People looking to switch gas and electricity suppliers may be dismayed to hear that BP has forecast yields from North Sea oil fields will fall by nine per cent this year.
People looking to compare energy prices and switch to a supplier generating clean power may be disappointed by news of a turbine factory closure.
The government and energy suppliers are underperforming on the UK's renewable energy targets, according to a new study.
An application being made by major energy supplier E.On for funding for carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology at Kingsnorth could appeal to some homeowners.
Major energy supplier British Gas has announced its new AlertMe trial that has been designed to help homeowners reduce their bills by changing domestic settings remotely.
Two separate apartment blocks in Birmingham are to have access to cheap energy when their existing heating systems are replaced with those powered by residual supplies.