Business energy and domestic costs in Scotland may yet be reduced following Ofgem's decision not to change the way the national grid is accessed.
Although homeowners may be looking to compare energy prices, a new report from Consumer Focus claims that suppliers are overcharging customers.
Many homeowners may be looking to switch energy companies in search of a better deal, but rising unemployment could also increase fuel poverty, reports the BBC.
The possibility of getting cheaper prices from energy suppliers could be threatened by the government's new low carbon plan, according to new figures.
Homeowners can reduce the impact of prices from energy suppliers by being more efficient and helping to attain the new G8 target of an 80 per cent reduction in emissions by 2050.
A new survey has found that the Senedd, home of the Welsh Assembly government, is among those leading the way for publicly funded cheap energy buildings in the UK.
Energy suppliers in the UK could get more motivated to invest in clean energy generation as a result of Britain's involvement with a renewable energy agency.
Pensioners looking to reduce the scale of the bills they pay to energy suppliers can also make sure they are claiming all the benefits they are entitled to.
An expert has levelled criticism at the government for failing to properly initiate sustainability or reduce prices from energy suppliers.
People looking to tackle prices from energy suppliers could get information from the Energy Saving Trust (EST) to see if they would benefit from wind energy.
Cheap energy refurbishments have been carried out on 26 homes in the low-income South Lozells region of Birmingham.
A terrace in Penrhiwceiber, Rhondda Cynon Taff, is to have an eco refurbishment in news that could interest homeowners looking to compare energy prices.
A new online hub launched by the Energy Saving Trust (EST) could help homeowners compare energy details and reduce their environmental impact.
Vincent de Rivaz, head of energy supplier EDF, was among the speakers at a forum discussing the opportunities presented by nuclear redevelopment in the UK.
Plans to develop wind farms on seabed owned by the Crown Estate could increase the body's revenue while offering more choice to people trying to switch energy sources.
An energy expert has claimed that people in the UK could do much more to help cut their energy bills and ensure they are receiving cheap energy.
The leaders of the world's eight richest countries will this week search out ways to cut carbon emissions by focusing on some of the best ways to deliver green cheap energy.
People looking to switch energy suppliers in south-west England could find cheap energy being supplied from environmentally-friendly marine technology in future.