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Consumers wanting to compare energy could put their opinions forward for a new Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) survey.
Cheap electricity customers could be receiving a large proportion of their energy from wind power within the next ten years, according to the National Grid.
Energy comparison customers who are purchasing a new car might be interested to learn that British Gas is to supply electric car charging points.
Customers who are moving home and have to switch energy might agree that energy performance certificates (EPCs) did not influence their choice of new property.
Scaling back the UK's renewable cheap energy investments is irresponsible at this time, the Centre for Alternative Technology has argued.
Energy comparison customers have plenty of options when it comes to making their home more energy efficient, Consumer Focus has posited.
Three of the country's major energy suppliers have experienced a range of results as they announced their profits for 2010.
Energy comparison customers in a North Cornwall town might have been part of a drive to make Wadebridge energy self-sufficient.
Customers hoping to switch energy deal might be interested to hear that a housing association in County Durham has opened a development run on solar power.
Cheap gas customers in a village in Oxfordshire will soon be receiving their supplies through a new pipe.
Reform of the cheap energy market is necessary to encourage a mix of energy sources and to create incentives to invest in green power generation, the chief executive of National Grid has said.
Energy users hoping to switch gas might be interested to hear about the future of renewable energy.