The UK's growing support for the offshore wind industry stands it in good stead to benefit from a large share of the global market, householders wanting to switch energy might be pleased to learn.
More people could be looking to switch gas tariffs soon as it has been revealed the new smart meters save an average of just £23 a year.
Householders in Wales who are in need of cheap electricity tariffs to drive down energy bills might be able to access help from a new government scheme.
Plans to deliver renewably sourced power to energy comparison customers in Scotland have been stalled because one resident is refusing to sell his land.
Householders wanting to compare energy deals might be interested to hear that the government has unveiled plans for the rollout of smart meters.
Elderly people are being urged to switch energy deals following research that shows more retirees are living on the breadline.
The reduction in the winter fuel allowance for pensioners could see more householders deciding to switch energy provider? in a bid to save money.
The south-west of England should be held up as a model for developing green energy, customers who are wishing to switch gas deals might be interested to hear.
Energy comparison customers have been warned that fraudsters masquerading as energy suppliers have been trying to target households.
Consumers who heard chancellor George Osborne say in this month's Budget that a higher carbon floor price is to be introduced might be tempted to switch gas deal.
Energy customers who want to switch gas could check how much they are paying compared to the average in their region.
A lack of clear vision about the UK's green electricity future has resulted in the loss of overseas investment opportunities.
Ofgem's decision to make energy suppliers give their customers 30 days' notice if they are planning to introduce price rises is a good move, consumer group Which? has said.
Deputy prime minister Nick Clegg has come under attack for the government's stance on green power, energy comparison customers might be interested to learn.
Energy suppliers will be required to give their customers at least 30 days' notice before increasing their prices, Ofgem has ruled.
Industry regulator Ofgem has appointed independent accountants to investigate the financial results of five of the Big Six UK energy suppliers
The UK will require "record investment" to ensure its cheap energy needs are met in the future