Efforts to tackle bills from energy suppliers in homes built in the 1960s could result in a dramatic reduction in fuel poverty, reports Green Building Press.
A school in Cornwall may be able to pursue cheap energy rates as it has installed a wind turbine in its grounds.
People concerned about the redevelopment of Britain's cheap energy nuclear infrastructure will have the opportunity to take a tour of sites run by E.On.
A general lack of cheap energy across the continent has prompted the European Union (EU) to clamp down on 'ill-functioning' energy markets in 25 member states.
Energy suppliers may be encouraged to invest in greener generation methods following news that an energy-from-waste plant is operating successfully.
Plans to build a wind turbine training tower could encourage homeowners planning to switch energy companies for a better deal, reports New Energy Focus.
Homeowners planning to compare energy companies may be encouraged by a proposed new bill designed to support carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology.
Plans to give more people the chance to switch energy companies to a greener alternative could be thwarted due to opposition to a series of wind turbines in Derbyshire.
Plans to tackle bills from energy suppliers and reduce emissions by regulating the minimum efficiency of home extensions have been left out of a consultation draft.
Major energy company British Gas is backing a new initiative designed to encourage homeowners to switch energy to cleaner methods, reports the Guardian.
People hoping to gain better access to cheap energy in the coming years could be disappointed to learn of the closure of BP's alternative energy headquarters.
Massive investment is needed in the UK's existing infrastructure if homeowners are to be able to switch energy to cheaper, greener alternatives, reports the BBC.