Householders looking to compare energy might be pleased to hear that green cars are approaching their "make or break" year.
An overhaul of the UK's cheap energy industry is likely to mean an increase in prices for households and businesses.
Cheap gas users in a village in Scotland have started asking for compensation after their supplies were cut off at the weekend.
The prime minister has described Britain's cheap electricity generating capacity as "clapped-out".
Government plans for a Renewable Heating Incentive could boost the development of the cheap energy industry and promote biomass as a fuel.
Cheap electricity users could be interested to hear that the government will guarantee prices for energy in a bid to attract the private sector towards investing in low-carbon projects.
Cheap electricity users could have their say over how National Grid undergrounds the electricity lines required to connect new power generation.
Cheap gas customers living in Runcorn may be concerned to hear that cold weather could have caused a gas pipe to crack in the town.
Consumers wishing to switch gas supplier might be interested to hear that the government's proposed Green Investment Bank is likely to be scaled back.
Energy comparison customers might be among those looking to enjoy a greener Christmas this year, especially as there are now more products on the market that can help householders reduce their carbon emissions.
Energy comparison customers in Scotland may soon be using power derived from landfill, after a £200 million energy from waste facility was granted planning permission.
Communities secretary Eric Pickles' new Localism bill could give more power to cheap energy customers over renewable energy projects in their area.
Customers hoping to switch gas provider might be interested to hear that a new gas installation in Gloucestershire has been given approval.
Drivers who want to compare energy in their homes might also stretch their green practices to purchasing a low carbon vehicle.
Energy comparison customers and other potential homeowners are unlikely to witness the government achieve its target of making all new homes zero carbon by 2016, according to EC Harris.
Consumers who are looking to switch energy provider might be interested to hear that private and public investment in renewable energy will be "absolutely crucial" if the UK is to meet its targets on green power.