With the anticipated rise in inflation and new taxes, household budgets are yet again expected to be stretched this year. Energy bills and national insurance are also anticipated to go up in April making it even harder for struggling families to pay energy bills. It’s becoming more and more important to find savings wherever you can.
With all this in mind, now is the perfect time to start looking at how you can reduce your energy use.
Last week we shared our top energy saving tips as part of Big Energy Saving Week – a national campaign by Citizens Advice, the Energy Saving Trust and the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy to help people understand the easy and simple ways they can cut their energy bills and maximise their income.
Here are our top ten energy efficiency tips
We have a number of helpful energy efficiency guides on our website including how to install energy saving measures in your home, how to read your energy bills and more. If you need any advice, please call our free energy advice line on 0800 060 7567.
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