Energy suppliers E.ON have unveiled a new wind turbine at the Duke of York's Royal Military School in Kent.
A UK property building firm has shown its commitment to sustainable cheap energy by announcing plans to build efficient homes across south-east England.
Energy suppliers Centrica have announced plans to buy 97 natural gas wells and 42,000 acres of land in western Canada.
The Environment Agency has expanded its Early Action Metric criteria for firms taking steps to improve their business energy efficiency.
The government has scrapped plans to investigate claims of profiteering among the UK's major energy suppliers.
Energy suppliers are set to increase their utility prices by ten per cent in the New Year, experts have warned.
EDF is the latest of the big six energy suppliers to withdraw its cheapest online tariff, it has emerged.
An expert has welcomed new home energy ratings as a positive development in promoting cheap energy efficiency.
The government and energy suppliers need to do more to attract bright young people into the industry, it has been suggested.
The Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) has launched a new scheme designed to improve the cheap energy efficiency of homes across the UK.
Energy suppliers are showing an increasing interest in solar panels as part of their energy generating efforts, a new survey reveals.
Scotland's first minister Alex Salmond has met with an oil firm to discuss the possibility of developing a cheap energy floating wind farm off the city.
There are several quick and easy techniques homeowners can adopt to reduce the amount of gas and electricity they consume from energy suppliers, according to Sustain.
A new survey reveals that Britons are fearful about the prospect of higher bills from their energy suppliers this coming winter.
Two local authorities have signed a cheap energy deal with clean fuel company ITM Power.
Energy suppliers British Gas have partnered with technology firm Trimble as part of a new smart metering deal.
Energy suppliers Centrica have expressed concern that not enough students are planning for a career in the energy industry.