Cheap energy could be closer to reality with the news that EDF has signed a deal to hasten research into greener forms of heating technology.
Pensioners looking to switch energy companies in pursuit of cheaper bills are also set to receive help from researchers at London's Kingston University.
Homeowners looking to switch gas and electricity companies could face a longer wait as the government's nuclear plans have attracted further criticism.
Plans to build a wind farm in the Shetland Islands could provide some respite on high prices from energy suppliers, but locals have criticised the idea.
Homeowners planning to switch energy companies in pursuit of cheaper bills could be interested to hear that David Cameron has backed geothermal energy.
Cheap energy prices could eventually be delivered with the creation of the biggest offshore wind farm in the world off the coast of Kent and Essex.
Switching energy companies could still be popular as Ernst & Young has said that nationwide smart meters could cost £6.4 billion more than expected, reports the Times.
Around 30 per cent of government buildings may not be getting the best deals from energy suppliers as they have the lowest efficiency ratings, reports the Guardian.
Homeowners across the UK have given themselves better access to cheap energy by adopting a variety of measures and reducing home billing by £200 million, reports Click Green.
Homeowners looking to switch gas and electricity companies could have a more financially-viable option in the form of solar power within four years, reports greenbang.com.
Using heating oil in the home could help homeowners tackle prices from energy suppliers, according to a study from the Oil Firing Technical Association (Oftec).
An environmental campaign orchestrated by the Sun has been praised for helping provide better access to cheap energy and reducing emissions.
A housing association in Moray, Scotland, has installed air source heat recovery pumps to both tackle price rises from energy suppliers and reduce emissions.
People living in the Scottish town of Wick may soon be able to switch energy supplier as the Highland council has invited companies to submit plans for a biomass plant.
Homeowners in Scotland considering switching energy companies could save £110 million a year through the use of smart meters, reports the Edinburgh Evening News.
Energy watchdog Consumer Focus has warned the government that to tackle high prices from energy suppliers, an annual spend of £3 billion will be needed for seven years.