Telecommunications firm BT has announced plans to roll out smart energy meters across the country.
Organisers of the London 2012 Olympic Games are struggling to find green cheap energy sources for the event, it has emerged.
A consumer rights group has urged energy suppliers to make pre-payment meters cheaper and more easy to use.
A government advisory body has warned that the UK is lagging behind other rich nations when it comes to investment in sustainable cheap energy.
Energy suppliers Scottish and Southern Energy (SSE) have signed a new partnership with Mitsubishi to cooperate on future developments.
The cost of making significant sustainable cheap energy changes to homes is not as prohibitive as it once was, an expert has said.
The government's budget cuts on renewable cheap energy have come under fire from environmental organisation Friends of the Earth.
The Renewable Energy Centre has criticised the UK's poor performance on hitting renewable cheap energy targets.
The use of renewable cheap energy technology increased over the course of 2009, a new study backed by the United Nations Environment Programme reveals.
Climate change secretary Chris Huhne has stressed the importance of prioritising sustainable cheap energy.
A new scheme launched by the government in conjunction with the country's leading energy suppliers will see vulnerable pensioners receive a rebate on their energy bills.
Energy suppliers are forcing people to make a choice between heating and eating because they are charging too much, government advisors have warned.
Fuel-poor households are being hit the hardest by the cost of climate change policies implemented by the government in conjunction with energy suppliers, a new report reveals.
Cornwall's Wave Hub sustainable cheap energy project will go ahead as planned, organisers have announced.
The UK has one of the lowest shares of renewable cheap energy in Europe, a new survey has found.
Energy suppliers E.ON need financial backing from investors and partners in order to reach their renewable cheap energy targets, it has emerged.
Energy suppliers have been accused of using underhand methods to charge customers more than they ought to.
The new CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme will enable people to improve the efficiency of their homes and help householders reduce bills from their energy suppliers, an expert has suggested.
Most consumers believe energy suppliers should foot the bill for smart meters because they will make savings from the scheme.
New research reveals that cheap energy efficiency measures can be installed in homes to bring them to near-average standards for less than £3,000.