Homeowners looking to switch energy to a cleaner source could be encouraged by news that around 60 gigawatts of electricity capacity could soon be connected to the grid.
Homeowners looking to compare energy payment methods could save nearly £225 a year by opting to pay their bills on the internet, a new study suggests.
More than a third of Britons would be willing to pay more for a home that tackles energy supplier prices through the use of renewable resources.
Homeowners who decide to compare energy companies could save over £300 from their annual bills, according to a new report from the Daily Mail.
Several of the UK's major energy companies have joined a new campaign dubbed 10:10 that could encourage more people to compare energy prices.
The renewable energy potential of the Severn estuary needs to be used to ensure the UK has enough electricity from energy suppliers in the coming years, according to one expert.
A scheme designed to help vulnerable homeowners in Dumfries and Galloway tackle price rises from energy suppliers has celebrated the end of a second successful year.
A proposal for a new biomass plant in north Somerset could result in local business gas and electricity prices being reduced, as well as domestic costs.
Homeowners keen to compare energy resources and pursue cheaper, more environmentally-friendly practices could get training to help them.
The lack of support in the UK for onshore cheap energy wind farms is largely the fault of energy companies and project developers, claims a new report from the government.
Homeowners looking to compare energy prices in Orkney could be interested to learn that two wind farms are being set up in the region.
Pensioners trying to reduce the impact of price rises from energy suppliers could be interested in news that Leeds Building Society is offering them a special new account.
Pensioners earning middle incomes have responded to the lack of cheap energy dramatically in recent years by cutting their energy use by the highest figures.
People looking to switch energy to more efficient light bulbs may be dismayed by news that the new bulbs lack the brightness of conventional models.