Vegetarian homeowners looking to compare energy companies have criticised Tesco's attempts to build on its green credentials with an innovative plan.
Business energy costs are not being reduced in Westminster and the Environmental Audit Committee (EAC) has criticised the government for failing to set an example.
Homeowners looking to compare energy prices and get the cheapest rates could also benefit from a £10,000 green loan designed to help make properties more efficient.
Building stronger relationships with gas importers in Europe and the Middle East could result in UK consumers paying lower energy supplier bills, according to an expert.
People looking to switch energy companies to get electricity generated from cleaner sources could be encouraged by news that a new tidal project will be connected to the grid.
Firms looking to reduce their business energy costs may be heartened by news that an expert will advise the prime minister to accelerate nuclear redevelopment.
People looking to compare energy prices and get the best value for money might consider moving to one of six new eco homes in West Sussex, reports 24dash.com.
The Commission for Rural Communities (CRC) has said that not enough of the Warm Front scheme is helping rural homeowners tackle high prices from energy suppliers.
Universities and colleges that do the most to reduce carbon emissions and lower their business gas and electricity spending could soon find they are rewarded with more funding.
People looking to switch gas and electricity suppliers may be disturbed by news that energy companies believe Ofgem has underestimated the cost of network upgrades.
Homeowners looking to compare energy prices may be disappointed to hear that the government will not be forced to meet fuel poverty eradication promises.
Prices from energy suppliers could be tackled more effectively by offering alternative payment schemes that might reduce the scale of fuel poverty in the UK, reports 24dash.com.
People looking to switch gas and electricity suppliers could consider lobbying to be part of a domestic efficiency makeover paid for through a £350 million scheme.
Local residents looking to compare energy prices could be encouraged by an announcement that Aberdeen has the potential to become a clean energy leader.
Energy suppliers may become more reluctant to invest in wind farms as new research suggests turbines can cause a range of health problems, reports the Independent.
People looking to compare energy costs using a smart meter could benefit from cheaper bills more quickly if calls are heeded to hasten a roll-out of the technology.