Consumers wanting to compare energy tariffs might be interested to hear that ScottishPower has called for new qualified engineers to join the energy industry.
Making energy efficiency improvements to a home could not only see more people switch energy provider to find a cheaper deal, they could also add value to a property.
There are plenty of benefits for homeowners who install solar panels to generate their own cheap electricity.
A number of organisations have met with a government minister to have their questions regarding the Green Deal answered.
The government has launched a programme to help elderly people pay for their cheap electricity usage.
Domestic customers wanting to compare energy prices might look to invest in home power-generating equipment such as solar panels.
The major energy suppliers are turning to offshore wind projects rather than pursuing onshore opportunities, an industry expert has noted.
Over half (56 per cent) of UK homeowners could be inclined to install solar panels on their house in order to save money by switching to cheap electricity, research has shown.
Households in the UK could be using cheap electricity derived from green sources in the coming years as research predicts the offshore wind sector is set for strong growth.
This year could see household bills rising for cheap electricity customers as volatile energy markets push up prices.
Domestic customers using cheap energy in Plymouth have found a new way to save money: by monitoring their power use.
Now that five of the Big Six energy suppliers have seen their cheapest energy tariffs come to an end, customers in the UK might be looking to switch energy deals.
Householders in Pembrokeshire might decide to switch energy tariffs once they hear a new tidal energy project has been given the green light to supply power to homes in the area.
As a result of householders heating their homes with more cheap gas during the cold winter months, last year saw increased greenhouse gas emissions.
An increased demand for cheap energy derived from coal last year led to a drop in the contribution green energy made to the UK's total energy production.
Cheap gas customers could check their bills and perhaps look around for other tariffs if the one they are on is costing too much.
While the economic downturn has inevitably had an effect on investment levels in green energy technology, the government should tell cheap energy consumers about what can be expected of the clean power sector's short-term future.
Domestic customers who have been benefiting from fixed rates on their cheap gas and electricity tariffs are set to be affected by changes to their deals.