Ofgem has confirmed it is to investigate energy supplier E.ON over claims its salespeople misled consumers when trying to get them to switch gas and electricity provider.
Homeowners looking for cheap electricity are more inclined to invest in energy efficient measures than previously.
Scottish Power pledges commitment to improving customer service
Energy supplier E.ON has encourages homeowners to undertake DIY tasks this Easter weekend that could help them get cheap gas and electricity bills.
The Office of Fair Trading (OFT) is set to launch an investigation into the home insulation market to determine if it is offering value to people looking to fit the measures in order to get cheap energy.
The search for cheap electricity bills can be solved by simple actions around the house, it has been suggested.
Energy supplier British Gas is encouraging people to pay their bills by direct debit by offering incentives to those who choose this method.
New proposals from the Labour party could help older people with their bills by ensuring they are on cheap energy deals.
Feed-in Tariffs (FITs) can still deliver cheap energy for the homeowner despite recent changes, according to Be Energy Smart director Charles Dowson.
People looking to move house may find it easier from this month to determine if they will be able to get cheap gas when they relocate to a new abode.
The secretary of state for energy and climate change has dismissed claims his department has been "impotent" in tackling high energy costs and ensuring customers are able to get cheap gas bills.
The UK's major energy suppliers have made some improvements in the way they deal with customer complaints, but there is still a lot of work to be done to restore faith in the industry.
A new collective bargaining initiative from energyhelpline.com has been unveiled that will aim to help households in the UK get cheaper energy.
A growing number of people in the UK may be turning to LED lighting for their property in a bid to get cheap electricity, it has been suggested.
Individuals looking to get cheap electricity from green sources will receive less money from any solar installations fitted from this month, as the deadline for higher rates has now passed.
Many homeowners in the UK are looking to go green to cut their power usage and get cheap energy, it has been claimed.
SSE highlights progress made by them in developing new renewable energy sources
British Gas call fro debate on collective switching