The announcement that London has been designated a Low Carbon Economic Area for energy-efficient buildings could set an example to other Britons to make their homes greener and also generate cheap energy bills.
Millions of pounds are to be spent making homes in Wales more energy efficient, potentially meaning cheap energy bills for residents.
Businesses looking to switch energy providers to become greener might want to attend the Sustainabilitylive! event in Birmingham next month.
The Conservative Party has pledged to penalise firms that generate energy through the use of fossil fuels.
Renewable business energy firm Revolution Power has announced positive new forecasts as the sustainable energy sector experiences increased growth.
Energy suppliers Scottish Power have encouraged consumers to compare energy providers and switch to more cost-effective tariffs.
The Energy Saving Trust (EST) has launched a competition to help homeowners improve the energy efficiency of their homes and reduce bills from their energy suppliers.
Energy suppliers RWE npower have called for an industry-wide agreement over investment in Britain's ageing energy infrastructure.
Many consumers are becoming increasingly dissatisfied with the customer service provided by their energy suppliers, new figures show.
A consortium of leading campaign groups have called for more to be done to promote cheap energy and end fuel poverty.
Ten hydropower projects with the capacity to provide cheap energy to nearly a third of homes have been approved in Scotland.
The Marine Conservation Society (MCS) has welcomed the government's plans to harness hydropower to generate cheap energy.
Energy suppliers EDF Energy have unveiled a five-year fixed tariff to protect consumers against rising prices.
One of the most effective ways to reduce energy consumption and lower bills from energy suppliers is to draught proof windows.
The government has unveiled new amendments to existing building regulations to improve domestic and business energy efficiency across the country.
Industry watchdog Consumer Focus has called for Britain's major energy suppliers to be investigated to make sure they are giving their customers good value for money.
Wave and tidal power could provide enough cheap energy for up to 15 million homes in Britain, the government has said.
Scores of consumers are expected to switch energy providers as their fixed-rate tariffs end over the coming months.
A new London landmark is set to become the world's first building to have built-in wind turbines designed to generate sustainable cheap energy.
A new report urges the government to focus on cheap energy efficiency in order to tackle fuel poverty.
Energy suppliers Scottish Power have announced plans to reduce gas prices by an average of eight per cent from the end of March.
Wales is becoming one of the UK's biggest cheap energy producers and will be generating an increasing amount of electricity using renewable energy in the foreseeable future.