Consumers wishing to compare energy in Northern Ireland might be interested to hear that a group has been formed to pursue renewable energy generation, 4NI.co.uk reports.
Energy suppliers Novera Energy has been forced to scale down a wind farm project after receiving complains from nearby residents.
Energy comparison customers looking for green deals may be interested to note that an energy company is improving its offshore wind programme.
A label has been launched to inform cheap electricity consumers which products have been made using wind power.
Householders wanting to compare energy could be surprised to learn that the organisers of next year's Olympics are hoping to run a green event.
Customers who want to compare green energy may be intrigued to learn that alternative wind farm designs could become more popular in Lincolnshire.
Energy comparison customers might be interested to note that an energy firm has started generating wind power from two offshore farms.
Energy comparison customers might be interested to hear that solar energy generation is the option most feed-in tariff scheme applicants choose due to favourable returns.
Those wishing to switch gas might be concerned to hear that an IT expert has predicted a significant cyber attack on the national grid.
Cheap gas consumers living in the greater Belfast area are being offered an alternative to other energy suppliers.
Householders wanting to switch energy to find a better deal for their home might wish to expand their money-saving measures to buying an electric vehicle.
Consumers wishing to compare energy deals could be turning to domestic generation as such technology is now taking less time to pay for itself.
Energy suppliers npower have launched a grant for vulnerable customers who need to replace their boiler.
Consumers in Chester might want to switch energy after being hit with a number of power cuts.
Cheap electricity consumers in Plymouth could be pleased with plans to build a solar energy park near the city, with the view to supplying energy to hundreds of homes in the area.
Business energy users and homes in Staffordshire town could soon be powering their buildings with green energy after a renewables firm opened an office there.