People could be encouraged to compare energy prices from suppliers with news that the Core Cities Group is to launch a new efficiency scheme.
Homeowners in Nottingham are more likely to be able to switch energy sources as the city generated four per cent of its energy from green methods in 2006.
Local homeowners could be inspired to compare energy sources and switch suppliers with news that two more Welsh schools are to be provided with solar panels.
Homeowners looking to compare energy rates could be encouraged by news that the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) is signing up to the 10:10 campaign.
People looking to switch energy companies may be encouraged by news that industry regulator Ofgem is calling for energy firms to make initial payments towards grid upgrades.
More people may be able to compare energy prices from green sources following discussions of marine power at an upcoming conference in Scotland.
Prices from energy suppliers could be tackled more effectively and consumption reduced by implementing a window scrappage scheme, according to an expert organisation.
More people could be encouraged to switch energy practices as housing and communities minister Alex Neil has announced financial help for people living in inefficient properties.
Efforts from energy industry regulator Ofgem to pursue cheap energy rates by exerting price controls have been challenged by EDF.
Nearly one in five Welsh cancer patients are suffering from high prices from energy suppliers, according to figures from charity Macmillan Cancer Support.
Plans to build a barrage across the Severn estuary to reap benefits including enabling people to switch energy to cleaner sources are still being considered, reports the BBC.
London's Royal Opera House is to pursue cheap energy rates and lower carbon emissions by enlisting the help of carbon strategy consultancy Power Efficiency.
Partly to enable people to switch energy to cleaner sources, the government needs to make a national policy statement regarding carbon capture and storage (CCS), says the Institute of Civil Engineers (ICE).
Homeowners in London looking to compare energy prices might be interested by news that the city's waste could provide low-cost heating and electricity.
Consumers in the UK should be able to switch energy to nuclear power as well as renewable sources in the coming years, according to the Renewable Energy Centre.