Many homeowners in Britain may be choosing to switch gas and electricity suppliers but they are already paying some of the lowest rates in Europe, a report claims.
High prices from energy suppliers have pushed more Britons into debt and many have had to use their savings to pay bills, according to a new report.
Demand for oil fell during 2008 for the first time in 15 years, it has been revealed, as more energy suppliers look to the potential of green energy.
An initiative being carried out by supermarket firm Tesco that is designed to help people maintain cheap energy bills has been hailed for its effectiveness.
Funding has been secured for the further development of a new technology that can help homeowners keep a close eye on their energy bills.
Energy suppliers in Scotland will have to make extra efforts to provide renewable heat to consumers in future if the Scottish climate change bill is approved by Holyrood.
Residents in Newham, London, could get better access to cheap energy following a £372 million refurbishment on some properties overseen by Newham Homes.
A new hospital unit is to tackle high prices from energy suppliers by switching to a ground source heat collection system.
The Environment Committee has recommended that payments designed to tackle energy supplier prices should be withheld from higher earners.
Homeowners switching gas and electricity companies may be glad to hear that over 40 applications for tidal and wave projects have been submitted in Scotland.
Switching energy companies may also be an option for nearly 1,900 homeowners in Canterbury, Kent, who have embraced efficiency through the Warm Front scheme.
An expert body has said prices from energy suppliers could be tackled more effectively if the role of Domestic Energy Assessors (DEAs) is expanded, reports 24dash.com.
People looking to switch gas and electricity to greener suppliers may be alarmed to hear that an expert has said Scotland's wind sector is under threat.
Action from UK bodies such as energy suppliers could result in Britain reducing emissions by twice the target set by Kyoto for next year, a report has revealed.
Many people could be looking to switch gas and electricity companies to pursue cheaper prices, but millions are missing out on efficiency grants, says an expert body.