There are numerous price differences between different parts of the country, even for users on the same tariff, it has been claimed.
While it remains unclear how energy suppliers will act in terms of pricing following the introduction of a new green energy label from Ofgem, they do have the chance to innovate and produce new tariffs, an expert believes.
Cheap energy bills could be on the cards for one family following the energy saving efforts of seven-year-old Sam Webb.
Energy suppliers the National Trust and npower have received new certification confirming the eco benefits of their green energy tariffs.
Energy suppliers Scottish & Southern Electricity and Forth Ports have unveiled plans for a new multimillion pound energy plant in Scotland.
Wind power is at the forefront of cheap energy generation, a new report suggests.
Pricing systems that encourage consumers to compare energy providers in order to switch to more efficient tariffs are the best way to promote eco awareness, an expert has suggested.
Energy regulator Ofgem has launched a new green energy certification scheme to help consumers compare energy providers.
An independent think tank has unveiled a new report which highlights the importance of low-carbon cheap energy.
A new survey suggests that consumers prefer not to be cold called by energy suppliers urging them to switch energy providers.
Energy suppliers BG Group have announced that company earnings fell by more than a third at the end of last year.
A telecoms provider is increasing its market share by providing customers with energy along with communications services.
Customers have been advised to switch energy providers if they feel they are not getting a good deal with their current supplier.
A new report warns that cheap energy could be at risk as oil prices surge over the next few years.
The Energy Institute has highlighted the importance of engineering and scientific skills to safeguard the future of cheap energy in Britain.
UK researchers have designed a new device that could help consumers monitor and compare energy usage.
Most consumers are motivated to reduce their domestic carbon footprint by lower bills from their energy suppliers, according to the Energy Saving Trust.
Plans to unite the energy grids of northern Europe will result in the development of a single European market for renewable energy.
Scotland has announced plans to develop its renewable business energy industry by forging links with France.