Businesses could benefit from cheap energy rates as the result of an initiative where three universities are helping firms in the West Midlands get involved in renewable energy.
More people could find they are able to switch gas and electricity companies as an extension has been opened for an energy-from-waste (EfW) plant in the Tees Valley.
Personnel from the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) are to offer advice on how to switch energy practices to every UK homeowner in a bid to reduce emissions.
A lobbying group has been established by the UK's energy sector to help the industry respond to criticism regarding the lack of cheap energy as winter approaches.
Using the right software and providing better education to businesses could help firms switch energy practices and cut their bills by 50 per cent, according to Codework.
Consumers looking to switch energy to cleaner resources may be disappointed to hear the Ethical Investors Group believes many clean energy firms are struggling to get backing.
The recession has seen a reduction in carbon emissions as homeowners look to reduce bills from energy suppliers by using less energy, according to the Cumbria Green Business Forum (CGBF).
Bills from energy suppliers could be reduced for firms across the UK if they change their energy practices in line with the upcoming Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC), according to Carbon Clear.
A scheme designed to encourage people to switch energy practices on the Scilly Isles on October 6th was only a partial success, it has emerged.
Consumers looking to switch gas and electricity companies could be interested to hear the Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) is to study carbon capture and storage (CCS) issues.
A plan to help Scottish homeowners pursue cheaper prices from energy suppliers by installing nationwide insulation could cost £16 billion, according to a new report.
Cheap energy rates could rapidly become unattainable as Ofgem has warned prices could increase by 60 per cent by 2017.
A lack of cheap rates from energy suppliers could lead to as many as 40 per cent of pensioners suffering this winter, according to figures from Age Concern and Help the Aged.
Homeowners in Glasgow could be encouraged to compare energy companies with news that Scottish and Southern Energy is setting up a renewables headquarters in the city.
Homeowners keen to switch energy to cleaner sources may be pleased to hear that E.On has delayed plans to construct a new coal-fired power station.
Residents of the Scilly Isles took measures yesterday (October 6th) to reduce the impact of bills from energy suppliers by organising an 'E-Day' event.
Business energy costs and domestic bills alike could benefit from plans announced by National Grid to establish an undersea cable link between the UK and Norway.
Homeowners looking to switch gas and electricity companies may be interested to hear the Conservatives' pledge to install smart meters in UK homes.
People looking to compare energy prices may be interested to hear details of a new "green deal" that has been proposed by the Conservatives.