The Tenant Services Authority (TSA) said the government's cheap energy efficiency scheme will help social housing landlords reduce carbon dioxide emission levels by half.
Energy company Coolpower has launched a new system that helps improve domestic and business energy efficiency.
An expert has called on the government to investment more in the sustainable cheap energy sector.
Energy suppliers E.ON have launched a new tool aimed at helping firms improve their business energy efficiency.
Energy suppliers EDF Energy have announced plans to cut gas prices by four per cent.
Oil and gas energy suppliers in the North Sea have been reassured that they will continue to play a crucial role in the government's future energy needs.
A school in Bristol which makes use of sustainable cheap energy has been awarded with a prestigious building accolade.
A lack of adequate insulation is compromising the cheap energy efficiency of British homes, official data reveals.
An MP has called on energy suppliers to give consumers more information about how they can improve their energy efficiency.
Four local authorities have been given the go-ahead to build eco-towns in order to take advantage of sustainable, cheap energy.
Energy suppliers npower have become the latest company to announce cuts to their gas prices.
A number of major organisations in Northern Ireland convened at a business energy conference this week to identify key areas of sustainable development.
Independent energy suppliers Ecotricity have highlighted the benefits of building wind turbines at industrial sites.
Energy suppliers E.ON have announced plans to cut standard gas prices by six per cent.
Many energy suppliers are signing consumers up to fixed-rate tariffs that do not honestly reflect current prices, an expert has said.
An expert has hailed the government's green loans scheme, which is designed to help homeowners improve their cheap energy efficiency.
Local authorities have been given new guidelines about how to harness renewable cheap energy.
A new report warns that £50 billion of investment in business energy infrastructure could be at risk due to regulation issues.
Many households are not making use of the energy saving light bulbs provided to them by energy suppliers, new figures suggest.