Domestic energy users might like to switch energy deals to a green energy tariff in light of energy secretary Chris Huhne's latest comments.
There is a "unique opportunity" right now for energy comparison customers to improve the energy efficiency of their home and install low carbon measures.
Consumers who want to monitor and control their use of cheap gas may soon be able to use a smart meter, but not before the government has addressed the value for money aspect.
Consumers might wish to compare energy tariffs and switch gas and electricity deals now before the next round of price hikes.
The government must do more to help people who cannot afford to pay even cheap energy bills, an MP has stated.
Britain needs to get off the "oil hook" and start producing more of its own cheap energy from green sources, the energy secretary has said.
Energy suppliers are set to be questioned by members of the Scottish parliament over their price intentions.
Domestic energy customers may struggle to find cheap energy tariffs which use green sources because of government cuts.
Householders might wish to compare gas and electricity prices now ahead of the next announcement from an energy supplier that costs are going up.
Consumers aged over 60 are most likely to compare gas and electricity prices and switch energy deals, according to new research.
A green tax on carbon emissions could add £1 billion to the bills of domestic energy customers while making no difference to total greenhouse gas output, a report has claimed.
Prime minister David Cameron has faced questioning over the lack of cheap energy deals for British consumers in parliament.
Householders might be inclined to switch gas tariffs to a greener power source after hearing that the UK's marine energy industry is set to receive a £20 million boost.
Legislation such as the government's Green Deal could persuade more people to install energy efficiency improvements and compare energy deals to cut bills.
A cathedral is set to become the first in the UK to install solar panels in a bid to reduce its commercial electricity bills.
A local authority is set to lower its energy bills by more than £100,000 by signing up to the Carbon Trust's Public Sector Carbon Management scheme.