Experts have come up with a new device that could provide a new generation of green energy through wave power, offering consumers looking to switch energy suppliers a greater opportunity to choose an environmentally-friendly supplier.
The Carbon Trust has launched a new scheme designed to increase the development of green energy technology across the UK.
Comparing energy prices may grow more popular as watchdog Consumer Focus has criticised the Budget report for what it says are investment shortcomings in energy efficiency.
Cheap energy bills could be under threat as the chancellor announced plans to introduce new carbon budgets in a bid to reduce UK emissions, reports the Daily Mail.
Many current homeowners could choose to switch energy companies following criticism from an expert body that the Budget has failed to address issues in existing housing stock.
An autism group calling for relief from energy suppliers' high rates has received a personal response from an MP.
A total of seven million UK homes could have access to reduced prices from energy suppliers as the result of government retrofitting over the next ten years.
Britain could save nearly £13 billion a year through cheap energy generation if a concerted effort is made to adopt a large renewable energy strategy within the next decade.
Homeowners comparing energy prices in Lancashire could be encouraged by plans to launch an energy efficiency scheme in the region.
Around 4,000 homeowners in Cumbria are struggling to cope with high prices from energy suppliers, according to the News and Star.
The amount spent in the UK on green power generation by energy suppliers and other bodies fell in the first quarter of 2009, reports the Financial Times.
The UK's gas storage facilities may increase as many homeowners choose whether to switch gas and electricity firms, reports the Telegraph.
Fewer pensioners in Scotland may need to compare energy prices given that a greater number have received free heating systems from the government.
The chancellor, Alistair Darling, could take the opportunity to help families struggling with high prices from energy suppliers, according to an energy poverty charity.
A new Tory plan to offer £6,500 to retrofit every UK home may inspire homeowners currently looking to switch energy companies.
Homeowners looking to switch energy companies could also use a range of new gadgets designed to improve domestic energy efficiency, reports the Guardian.
Homeowners in Wick, north-east Scotland, who are considering switching gas and electricity companies may benefit from a wind farm in the area.
Adopting carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology on coal-fired power stations could elevate prices from energy suppliers.