Scottish residents hoping to switch gas and find cheap energy deals might be interested to learn that the country has received "a huge vote of confidence" in its bid to become the European capital of green energy.
Householders requiring a cheap energy supply will have to get to grips with some of the issues thrown up by the government's Green Deal, Sustainable Homes has said.
This summer could see a rise in the number of people hoping to secure cheap energy deals by making energy efficiency improvements to their homes.
Domestic energy customers could receive a significant proportion of their electricity from green sources in the future, a government-backed report has suggested.
Energy comparison customers might be interested to hear that Ofgem is to look into the wholesale prices paid by the Big Six energy suppliers to work out anomalies.
Rental tenants might want to compare energy now and switch gas tariffs if they find a cheaper deal.
Energy comparison customers who live in a property designed by university researchers and built in the 1980s are more likely to receive cheap energy bills because their homes are so energy efficient.
Householders wanting to compare energy deals might be interested to hear that individuals in a Welsh town have secured cheap energy bills through a British Gas initiative.
Council home tenants in a small town in Surrey could see their energy bills go down when cheap electricity devices are installed on their roofs.
Householders who are on a tight budget should compare energy deals to see if they can find a cheaper option.
Domestic energy users might be inclined to switch gas deals after hearing that npower could be sold for up to £5 billion.
Householders who are having smart meters fitted in their homes so they can monitor their cheap energy usage are being offered improved protection from Ofgem.
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The amount of green energy produced by wind turbines in the UK dropped by six per cent over the course of 2010, according to government statistics.
Consumers might be inclined to switch energy providers after hearing that ScottishPower electricity customers are facing a £40 annual increase in the way they pay for their utility.
Domestic energy users will be hit with electricity bills that rise three times faster than those in France unless Britain diversifies its energy mix.
Customers wanting cheap energy might consider carrying out an energy comparison ahead of an anticipated price hike by British Gas.