A new hydrogen fuel cell being tested in Brotton, North Yorkshire, could help homeowners access cheap energy prices, reports the Evening Gazette.
Homeowners looking to switch gas and electricity companies to pursue cheaper rates could be encouraged by a new Ofgem timetable for billing reform.
Former deputy prime minister John Prescott has called for councils to be forced to set aside local land to be used for cheap energy wind farm development.
The government should not impose a new tax on top of existing energy supplier bills to help subsidise nuclear redevelopment in the UK, according to the Taxpayers' Alliance.
People visiting the Princesshay Shopping Centre in Exeter on Wednesday (October 21st) will find advice on how to pursue cheap energy rates.
Parents in the UK looking to compare energy rates could be having their efforts to reduce domestic consumption undermined by their children, new research suggests.
Many people may be keen to switch energy sources in pursuit of greener power, but the chief executive of major supplier E.On has labelled existing targets overambitious.
Consumer efforts to pursue cheap energy rates could receive a further setback with potential plans to charge each home a £44 levy to help fund nuclear redevelopment.
There are cheaper ways to encourage people to switch energy practices than rolling out smart meters, according to Mott McDonald.
Installing cavity wall and loft insulation is one of the first things homeowners can do in the pursuit of cheap energy rates, according to an expert author.
Homeowners could find they are able to reduce the impact of bills from energy suppliers by using an innovative new heating system from FARHO.
People who switch energy practices in pursuit of greater efficiency could help Britain reduce its carbon emissions in line with targets outlined by the Committee on Climate Change (CCC).
Cheap energy rates could be more attainable within the next few years with the development of a commercial geothermal power plant near Redruth in Cornwall.
People looking to switch gas and electricity suppliers for greener options could be disappointed by news that the development of the proposed Severn Barrage could be delayed.
Homeowners planning to switch energy practises at home could be encouraged by the development of a new smart meter at Oxford University.
Consumers keen to compare energy prices in the UK may be encouraged that Swedish supplier Vattenfall may be considering buying a stake in nuclear redevelopment from EDF.
Although many homeowners may be looking to compare energy firms, the methods used by door-to-door agents charged with getting people to switch have been criticised.
A delay in the construction of Kingsnorth coal power station by business energy and domestic supplier E.On will not affect advancements in carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology, according to Ed Miliband.
People looking to compare energy rates and invest in ways to make their home more efficient could turn to modular housing, according to a developer.
Homeowners looking to switch energy firms in pursuit of cheaper bills could also consider installing a smart meter as they could save up to 40 per cent on their annual bills.