Cheap electricity prices could rise across the whole of Europe because of the UK government's introduction of a carbon floor price.
If householders want to see a reduction in their cheap energy bills, they should look into adapting their homes to be more energy efficient.
A cut in the feed-in tariff (FIT) used to generate cheap electricity from green sources would be an "absolute disaster", the Renewable Energy Association (REA) has warned.
The price of cheap energy is set in such a way that energy suppliers cannot always pass savings onto their customers, research has shown.
With some help from the government, Northern Ireland's marine energy sector could replicate the success seen in wind energy farming and help the UK deliver on its renewable energy objectives.
The price of cheap electricity could become 60 per cent more expensive in the next 20 years because of the UK's reliance on offshore renewables, an industry expert has warned.
An animal centre in Sunderland has found a novel way to reduce its cheap energy usage - by capturing body heat from its patients.
Customers wanting to switch energy should do so as soon as possible so as to not miss out on the best deals.
Those wishing to compare energy can still follow a consumerist lifestyle as long as the products and services they use remain "within the limits of the environment".
A village in Oxfordshire has taken steps to cut its cheap energy usage by 25 per cent with help from British Gas.
Cheap gas customers might be able to keep tabs on their energy usage sooner rather than later as an energy supplier announces plans to speed up its rollout of smart meters.
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One of the Big Six energy suppliers has signed up to provide Tata Steel with enough energy to power 22 plants.
Householders who want to save money on their utility bills could make their home more energy efficient and switch energy tariffs.
Pensioners who are struggled to pay their bills in the winter months could compare energy tariffs and switch over instead of worrying about their finances.
An environmental charity has claimed there are better ways of producing cheap energy than using biofuels.
As more cheap gas users switch to greener sources of power, there will be greater opportunities for engineers.
Householders who want to carry out an energy comparison might be interested to hear that the Warm Front scheme has reopened.
More focus is needed on smart energy delivery if consumers are to switch energy tariffs to green energy suppliers, the Guardian argues.
Individuals in the UK are set to save money on gas and electricity with a new energy efficiency campaign for household goods.