Homeowners unhappy with their current energy supplier might be inspired to switch by a new television advertisement starring Wallace and Gromit.
Homeowners looking to compare gas and electricity prices may be disappointed that costs could still rise, but energy companies have welcomed government openness on the issue.
The Environment Agency (EA) has warned there would be a high environmental cost if a Severn barrage was built to allow people to switch energy to a cleaner source.
Homeowners in Angus looking to compare energy prices and get the best deals on liquid petroleum gas (LPG) and domestic oil could lose out with a new levy.
People looking to compare energy prices and switch to cleaner sources may soon be looking to Cornwall for the best deals, reports the Scotsman.
Lower prices from energy suppliers could result from a shake-up in the way the industry is regulated in the UK, reports the Telegraph.
There could be a reduction in both business energy prices and domestic bills with news that energy firm EDF has acquired a new site for gas storage.
People living near wind turbines looking to switch gas and electricity supplier could be offered cheaper rates if a call from the Local Government Association (LGA) is answered favourably.
Homeowners planning to compare energy prices might be encouraged by news that Oldham residents have managed to reduce their bills.
Homeowners looking to switch gas and electricity suppliers may be please to hear that the government has been urged to tackle high prices.
Around one million children directly suffered as a result of high prices from energy suppliers last winter, according to a new report.
Homeowners looking to switch gas and electricity supplier could save money by reducing their domestic water usage.
People looking to compare energy prices and switch to a cleaner supplier may be interested to hear that a tidal device has received Ofgem accreditation.
Homeowners hoping to switch energy to a cleaner supplier may be disappointed that the British Wind Energy Association (BWEA) says the UK will miss 2010 targets.
The host of a property-building TV show has said tackling prices from energy suppliers and pursuing green goals is best done by retrofitting existing housing stock.
Prices from energy suppliers could be tackled by homeowners using new, low-interest green mortgages from the government, according to a new report.
Homeowners looking to switch energy companies could be encouraged by the reassurance of Centrica's chief executive in relation to a hostile bid.
Homeowners looking to compare energy prices from other suppliers always have the option of pursuing cheaper rates through domestic efficiency.