Problems caused by high prices from energy suppliers in Warwickshire are to be tackled with the creation of a new task force designed to help pensioners.
People switching gas and electricity companies could be encouraged that the Environment Agency (EA) has called for public land and buildings to be used for wind turbines.
Homeowners seeking cheaper energy suppliers could find their bills reduced with a new Scandinavian housing concept, reports HIP-Consultant.co.uk.
People looking to pursue cheap energy rates could be encouraged by news that vertical-axis turbines are closer to reality.
Although several energy suppliers have been backing away from wind farm investment, major communications company BT has said it will push ahead with its plans.
People looking to switch gas and electricity companies could opt to buy a wood-burning stove to help both reduce their energy bills and their carbon emissions.
Record cash payouts due for pensioners on the Age Concern Energy Services tariff could help them access cheap energy more effectively.
A growing number of people are looking to tackle prices from energy suppliers by pursuing domestic efficiency, according to the Telegraph.
Prices from energy suppliers could potentially be tackled with plans for a new geothermal plant that is being developed by the Eden Project and EGS Energy.
Power provided by renewable energy suppliers is preferable to the nuclear alternative, according to a Green Party MEP candidate.
Homeowners looking to switch gas and electricity suppliers may be encouraged that an energy company plans to build a pumped-storage plant in Scotland.
A home that could halve bills from energy suppliers has been built by the National Non-Food Crops Centre (NNFCC) using a government grant.
Homeowners looking to switch gas and electricity companies could be encouraged by news of carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology tests in Fife.
Homeowners may be switching energy companies in pursuit of cheaper bills, but according to a report the government says the UK is falling behind in green targets.