More homeowners could be encouraged to switch energy practices with news that a renewable energy product installer in Horley, Surrey, has secured three housing contracts.
Many communities throughout Scotland will be able to tackle prices from energy suppliers using their share of £3.6 million worth of efficiency funding from the Climate Challenge Fund.
Prices from regional energy suppliers will not be reduced by a wind farm in the Bristol Channel following news that the development has been cancelled.
People choosing to switch energy practices by buying efficient household products may be disappointed to hear that some items may lack the efficiency credentials they claim.
More than 40 per cent of people favour the plan to try to tackle prices from energy suppliers through nuclear redevelopment, a new survey suggests.
A barrage should be built across the river Mersey as soon as possible as it could enable more people to switch gas and electricity companies, says the Institute of Civil Engineers (ICE).
People looking to compare energy prices could be disappointed to hear they may be paying £500 a year by 2025 to subsidise renewable projects such as tidal machines and turbines.
The government has announced details of its plan to roll out smart meters throughout the UK by 2020, saying energy suppliers will by primarily responsible.
The Scottish government has been called upon by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) to switch energy policies in order to tackle fuel poverty more effectively.
A range of devices intended to help save energy in the home will be available in three Sainsbury's stores through a deal with EDF and could convince customers to compare energy practices.
Homeowners keen to switch energy sources could be pleased to hear that the world's biggest marine wind turbine is set to be constructed and tested in the UK.
Increasing feed-in tariffs on microgeneration equipment could convince more people to switch energy sources and install devices such as wind turbines.
The ability of consumers to switch energy sources could suffer a setback if budgets are reduced in university physics departments across the UK.
The government may announce details tomorrow (December 2nd) of a plan to roll out smart meters and encourage more people to compare energy usage in their homes.
The government is expected to this week announce a plan to roll-out smart meters to tackle emissions and prices from energy suppliers, but consumer benefits could be small.