Energy suppliers will continue to utilise the North Sea for resources, despite the global push to increase the reliance on renewable energy, reports the Press and Journal.
People looking to compare energy prices of suppliers may be interested to hear that Smartest Energy will have a presence at the Royal Highland Show 2009, reports GreenWire.org.uk.
Homeowners looking to switch energy companies may be interested to hear that Geothermal International has won an industry award.
High business gas and electricity prices could be tackled with new rules designed to curb energy consumption in the office and agreed upon by the EU and the US.
Firms looking for cheap business energy rates and homeowners seeking to reduce their bills could use new LED lights to tackle the issue.
Homeowners looking to compare energy prices could get more options with the proposed Severn Barrage and it could also create jobs around Port Talbot.
Britain's strategies for tackling high prices from energy suppliers have been labelled as "rubbish" by an expert in sustainable development, reports Reuters.
Carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology could result in cheap energy rates as well as providing a £4 billion annual economic boost.
Ways to tackle high prices from energy suppliers and generally improve energy-efficiency are to be investigated by Cardiff University.
More people may compare energy rates on offer if plans go ahead for a new energy-from-waste plant on brownfield land near Bristol in south Gloucestershire.
A new support system designed to boost the use of solar photovoltaic (PV) power across the UK could help tackle high prices from energy suppliers.
Introducing minimum energy-efficiency levels on white household goods like washing machines and fridges could reduce prices from energy suppliers by £900 million.
Homeowners with pre-payment meters have been overcharged by their energy suppliers by around £500 million over the past three years, according to an expert body.
People looking to switch energy companies to a greener supplier may be upset to hear that the UK generates just 1.3 per cent of its power from renewable means.
High prices from energy suppliers will be tackled as a result of a new contract awarded to social housing repairs specialist Mears by Brighton and Hove city council.
People looking to switch gas and electricity companies could benefit from a recommendation to consolidate existing energy efficiency programmes.
The prospect of skilled workers earning higher wages from energy suppliers in the Middle East could threaten nuclear redevelopment in Britain, reports Bloomberg.
The lack of low prices from energy suppliers could become worse over the next few years unless nuclear redevelopment is speeded up, reports the Herald.