Home and business energy supplier SSE has been named the Official Energy Partner of the 2014 Commonwealth Games.
Despite the reduction in the feed-in tariff (FIT), homeowners still stand to benefit from cheap energy if they invest in solar products.
Three firms that aim to provide homes with cheap energy through solar panel installations are demanding compensation from the government.
A new report suggests many Brits are still unaware how to secure cheap energy bills despite the government having campaigned on the issue for more than 60 years.
The Feed-in Tariff (FIT) has been credited with helping to boost the uptake of renewable energy sources.
A new service has been announced by British Gas that allows homeowners to control their central heating remotely.
A new renewable power site that has been proposed in Croft may help to deliver cheap energy to the area if approved by the local authority.
A new report from the Treasury has revealed the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) failed to spend £400m that had been assigned in the 2011/12 budget.
The growth of renewable energy is not only helping to bring cheap electricity to the UK, but also boosting the employment sector.
Gentoo has announced its Pay As You Save (Pays) trial has proven successful, with housing tenants saving between £88 and £125 a year on electricity prices.
Unemployment is a more pressing matter than energy security, according to the results of a new poll.
A new initiative will see e-monitors installed into homes in St Ann's to help individuals compare energy usage.
Homeowners have been advised that making an energy comparison could help them to secure a cheaper electricity and gas supply.
A cancer support centre has received payment demands for business energy from British Gas despite the power being provided by a different supplier.
Thousands of households across Coventry are to be offered money off their energy bills as part of a drive to combat fuel poverty.
Now is the ideal time to compare energy prices and consider switching to a different supplier.
A windfarm that could have helped bring cheap energy to the UK has been rejected by the government.
The government has approved the construction of two large wind farms off the Norfolk coast, in a bid to bring cheap energy to the UK.
Paying more money for energy is something the public will have to accept in order to fight climate change, it has been claimed.
Investment in green energy could help the UK to become a front-runner in low-carbon products and services, as well as increase the annual gross domestic product (GDP).