According to Ofgem the average household spends over £1,250 a year on heating and power making energy one of the biggest annual costs for families. How can you lower your energy consumption and save money on your energy bills? Our guide takes you through some of our top tips to save money on your energy bills.
Saving energy helps you to be more energy-efficient, it’s good for the environment and a great way to save money.
The average household in the UK now uses 13 electronic appliances, compared to just 4 in the 1990s. However, our appliances are much more energy efficient than they used to be, meaning we still use similar amounts of energy as we did in the 90s.
Even though our gadgets are more energy efficient than they used to be, you can still save plenty of money by saving energy. Most energy is wasted in the kitchen and doing the laundry. We take a look at how to save energy in these key places.
Just a few simple changes around the home can cut your electricity bill significantly.
Saving money on your gas bill can be just as easy.
The kitchen is one of the key places you can reduce energy consumption and save money in your home. Here are our top tips:
Washing and drying clothes uses lots of water and energy. Making small changes to your laundry habits can be a great way to cut your energy bills.
Reducing the amount of gas and electricity you use throughout your home will help you save money. Just small changes can add up to big reductions in energy usage.