Homeowners unsure whether they want to switch energy companies might be swayed by news relating to how solar panelling actually works, reports Electric.co.uk.
Homeowners looking to switch gas and electricity suppliers for cleaner sources could be encouraged by the new investment bound for Fife.
Ten people trained in efficiency techniques using funding from the Scottish Power Energy People Trust have helped people get better access to cheap energy rates.
Homeowners looking to compare energy companies in terms of clean generation may be disappointed that the UK has seen an increase in opencast coalmining.
Caerphilly county borough council in Wales will be pursuing lower business gas and electricity rates by dimming lights on a dual carriageway in the early hours of each morning.
Energy suppliers in the UK have tripled their investment in social tariffs, potentially enabling more homeowners to switch energy rates to cheaper alternatives.
Household goods designed to tackle high prices from energy suppliers should be free from VAT to enable more people to buy them, according to the British Retail Consortium (BRC).
Business energy costs could be drastically reduced in London through a £2.4 million scheme to replace traffic light lamps with efficient light emitting diodes (LEDs).
People hoping to have the chance to switch gas and electricity for a renewable energy source could be pleased that the Severn Tidal Fence Group (STFG) has recruited Sigma Offshore.
Plans to switch energy generation to nuclear are partly being delayed by extended evaluations of how vulnerable different reactor designs are to terror attacks.
An inability to switch energy companies is putting off prospective tenants at a block of flats in Halifax, west Yorkshire, according to the Observer.
Rather than choose to switch energy schemes in pursuit of greater on-site efficiency, Newquay Airport has announced a new plan to offset its emissions.
High prices from energy suppliers will be highlighted through a new campaign from charity Macmillan Cancer Support that will involve knitting blankets.
People wanting to switch gas and electricity may be pleased to hear that a new wave turbine has been deployed off the Orkney coast.
People looking to be able to compare energy rates with a new nuclear power station in Wales could be disappointed to hear that the plan may face a public inquiry.
Homeowners could consider shopping around and looking to compare energy rates as fixed-rate deals are starting to come to an end, reports Homes and Property.