Government strategies for future energy generation could end up costing consumers money if the country is unable to acquire cheap gas supplies, a new report has stated.
Energy supplier SSE has warned that uncertainty arising from a referendum on Scottish independence may affect its investments in new cheap energy sources.
E.ON has called on the other major energy suppliers to help provide cheap electricity by increasing the liquidity and transparency of the market.
Many people may stand to get cheap energy as the result of cuts to government subsidies paid to domestic solar generation installations, one energy supplier has said.
The ability of people in the UK to get cheap energy may depend heavily on where they live, as the postcode lottery of energy prices continues to be an issue.
UK energy market still performing strongly
New statistics from the government have revealed the use of energy in the UK dropped in 2011, while more people looking for cheap electricity may have had the option of getting their power from green sources.
The number of people looking to get cheap energy from domestic solar installations and take advantage of the government's Feed-in Tariff (FIT) initiative is growing, new figures have shown.
Another of the UK's Big Six energy suppliers has announced its results for 2011, with Scottish Power reporting a fall in its profits.
The chief executive of energy supplier British Gas has sought to explain the firm's latest results and explain why it is difficult to offer cheap gas and electricity.
The Scottish government has been urged to take steps to ensure people in the country are able to get cheap electricity and gas.
A campaign by one independent supplier for people to switch energy provider away from the Big Six firms may be seeing its popularity grow.
Ofgem has announced plans that may enable more people to compare energy providers and get cheap electricity by opening the market up to independent suppliers.
Electricity and gas provider Centrica has announced a slight increase in its full-year profits for 2011. Electricity and gas provider Centrica has announced a slight increase in its full-year profits for 2011.
Energy supplier Southern Electric - a division of SSE - has unveiled a £30 million project to develop a new low carbon electricity network that it claims will "revolutionise" the way power is distributed and used.
The government has confirmed it is set to continue its court battle over Feed-in Tariffs (FITs) for solar energy, which could affect how much homeowners are paid for any cheap electricity they generate.
Energy supplier SSE has confirmed it is simplifying its tariff system, which may make it easier for people looking to switch gas provider to find the best deals.
Some of the poorest families in Britain may struggle to keep their homes warm as they cannot afford all the gas and electricity they require.
One in three mums in the UK have admitted they do not understand the bills sent to them by their electricity and gas provider.
Individuals looking to switch energy supplier to a firm that can help them go green may be following closely the court battle over cuts to the Feed-in Tariff (FIT) scheme for solar power.
Individuals who are looking to get cheap energy may be able to benefit from a new incentive scheme from one energy supplier to encourage the take-up of efficiency measures.
Energy minister Charles Hendry has outlined some of the steps the government in taking to ensure householders in the UK are able to secure cheap energy in the coming years.
A large number of people in the UK may be able to benefit from performing an energy comparison to find cheap gas deals in order to cut their bills.
Bosses at some of the UK's biggest energy suppliers have seen their pay packages double over the last ten years as their companies make record profits.
Government figures have revealed that 15 per cent of domestic gas and electricity prices are made up of taxes to help fund green policies.