Greater government assistance will be needed if customers comparing energy prices are to have better access to more widespread green power, according to an expert body.
Homeowners thinking of switching gas and electricity companies could be encouraged by new developments with carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology.
Pursuing nuclear power in the UK may help to safeguard Britain's energy future while enabling energy suppliers to offer lower prices.
Households on the west coast of the UK considering switching energy companies may soon have access to electricity generated by the ocean tides.
More homeowners could access lower prices from energy suppliers if the government commits to a £30 billion green spend, reports an expert body.
Homeowners looking to compare energy prices could soon have the option of living in an energy-efficient home built using European Union (EU) funds.
A small Scottish community near Glasgow in Scotland could be happy with the result of switching energy sources to a wind turbine.
Many UK pensioners could choose to switch energy companies as nearly 40 per cent are currently living in fuel poverty.
Charity Save the Children is to help provide better access to cheap energy by issuing cash handouts to families affected by fuel poverty and other expenses.