Fears have been raised that people in this region will not be able to heat their homes this winter because of rises in energy prices.
Residents urged to bid for lower bills
Cambridge University is part of a £60m project to research science which could benefit the oil and gas industry.
The south Lincolnshire MP John Hayes is leaving the energy department to become the Prime Minister's senior parliamentary adviser.
Mr Hayes, the MP for South Holland and The Deepings, publicly clashed over policy with the Liberal Democrat Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change Ed Davey.
Conservative Michael Fallon has now added responsibility for energy to his brief in the business department.
John Hayes will become a Minister without Portfolio based in the Cabinet Office. He will also be appointed to the Privy Council.
The Energy Secretary Ed Davey has been speaking to ITV News Anglia about collective switching schemes, which many councils are now using to help people save money on their energy bills.
Using the free schemes people can join a collective bargaining group, who go straight to energy suppliers for a better deal. The average saving is £150 a year.
With spring just around the corner many people will be glad to see the back of a pretty chilly winter, and especially those who are struggling to pay their energy bills.
With this in mind more and more councils in our region are doing their bit to help people. One example is a free service which asks people to join a collective bargaining group, then goes straight to energy suppliers on people's behalf to get a better deal. The average saving is £150 a year.
ITV News Anglia's Luke Farrington has been seeing if people are getting value for money.
For more information on the scheme featured in Luke's piece you can go to the Norfolk Big Switch and Save website.
Residents in Northamptonshire have pledged to raise £40,000 to fight the construction of five wind turbines.
Some of those living close to Spring Farm Ridge near Helmdon have been fighting plans for a windfarm there for years. They now want to fund a judicial review of the decision to approve them.
Energy Secretary Ed Davey has announced proposals to give government grants to communities where wind turbines are built.
The move is designed to compensate people living close to Windfarms who often object to the schemes.
Centrica, the parent company of British Gas, has been given the go ahead to develop a gas field off the North Norfolk coast