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Scientists from the University of Leicester are developing an innovative cheap energy-generating window designed to reduce power usage.
The payout recently given to a disgruntled customer by British Gas could pave the way for consumers to take legal action against other energy suppliers, experts believe.
Domestic and business energy prices are expected to increase next year, the Bank of England has warned.
Energy suppliers EDF are expected to earn around £350m a year in profits when the government introduces a new green tax, it has emerged.
Energy suppliers British Gas have relaunched a sustainability campaign aimed at school-aged children.
Solar panels should be regarded as a badge of honour that shows a homeowner is committed to cheap energy, an expert has said.
Energy firm Sembcorp has unveiled plans for a renewable cheap energy plant in the north-east of England.
Global cheap energy smart grid investment is expected to reach $376 billion (£237 billion) by 2025, a new report predicts.
A customer has won compensation from energy suppliers British Gas after claiming he was forced to spend too much time dealing with problems from the utilities giant.
Consumer groups in Ireland have criticised a new regulation that will see energy suppliers charge a levy on the electricity they provide.
Energy suppliers First Utility are increasing their gas and electricity prices substantially following wholesale energy prices hikes and industry changes.
In a bid to persuade households to switch gas boilers to more sustainable alternatives, energy firm Euroheat has launched a new biomass heating system.
A ban that prevents local authorities from selling the cheap energy they produce back to the grid will be repealed, it has emerged.
A company that generates cheap energy from the sun has launched a new scheme to give away free solar panels to homes across the UK.