Cheap gas customers in Dorset could save money on their bills by taking part in a feed-in tariff scheme.
Welsh householders wanting to switch energy tariffs could find their options widen to include more renewable source of energy in the next ten years.
An 84-year-old cheap energy customer was left "distraught" when a payment for her gas bill was not processed properly, leading an energy supplier to demand the money.
Energy comparison customers might be able to see a difference in their household bills by introducing plants into the home, the Royal Horticultural Society has suggested.
The "vast majority" of people will only take action to reduce their domestic energy usage when gas and electricity prices soar "prohibitively high", according to Sustain Worldwide.
This year's earthquake and tsunami in Japan has had far-reaching consequences for nuclear safety, domestic energy customers might be interested to learn.
Consumers could be receiving their cheap gas supply from shale gas if plans for sourcing the energy source are approved by the government.
Research from energyhelpline.com reveals a potential £2 billion energy bill saving across the UK has disappeared since February for the country’s 21 million gas and electricity customers.
Householders in the UK may have been thinking more about how they can become more energy efficient and eco-friendly.
A new report has focused on the importance of green growth for the future, which includes a role for cheap electricity generated from renewable sources.
The body which oversees Britain's cheap energy infrastructure has unveiled a new method of forecasting wind gusts.
Retired Premier League footballer Gary Neville has launched a campaign with energy suppliers Ecotricity to make sport greener and more sustainable.
Government plans to set up a Green Investment Bank could boost the nuclear industry by funding the construction of new power plants to get another supply of cheap energy.
Elderly householders in need of cheap energy tariffs this winter could benefit from a new scheme from E.ON and Age UK.
Energy suppliers often launch partnerships with other companies to encourage more customers to sign up to their cheap energy tariffs.
Nottingham-based householders who wish to switch energy tariffs may be eligible for a free solar panel installation.
A theatre company in Cornwall has made savings on bills by installing cheap electricity generating equipment on its roof.
Householders wanting to switch gas suppliers might have heard about plans for the Green Investment Bank, but the details are still missing.
The government's Green Investment Bank will act as a "transformational institution" in the move to a low-carbon economy, cheap electricity users might agree.
As many energy comparison customers are aware, the UK is in need of finding new sources of cheap energy.
Energy secretary Chris Huhne is set to head a panel judging the best designs for electricity pylons used in the delivery of cheap energy.
Low-income householders in parts of Wales might be searching for cheap gas deals ahead of the colder months.
Older people who do not have access to energy comparison sites in their own homes could ask a friend or relative to help them find the best domestic energy deals.
Customers might want to switch gas providers before energy prices rise further - a situation that both British Gas owner Centrica and Scottish and Southern Energy have warned about.
Energy suppliers have benefited from the uptake of renewable energy generating projects, with one company due to build more wind turbines in Europe.
Not only could climate change have an affect on the price of cheap energy, it could also result in hardship for those in need of inexpensive food.
The government's green deal could allow more tenants access to cheap electricity bills.
Renewable energy must play a much larger role in securing enough power for the UK's needs in the coming years, an expert panel has argued.
Cheap energy users might be surprised to learn that Homecall+, an emergency heating and breakdown firm, has gone bust.
In a bid to cut the cost of domestic energy for prospective homeowners, the Energy Saving Trust has called for estate agents to display properties' annual energy bills.