Energy Saving Advice to Help Protect Your Pocket

Every year Big Energy Saving Week takes place to raise awareness about energy efficiency, reducing energy bills, and combating fuel poverty. Below are some ways you can get involved and hopefully make a saving!

  • Check your Energy Bills – it is important to review your energy bills to gain an understanding of how much you’re using and ensure you are not paying too much.

  • Seek Energy Advice – speaking to your local energy advice services or online resources for reducing energy waste such as Energy Saving Trust and improving energy efficiency

  • Switch Energy Suppliers – take a look at other suppliers offering better rates or renewal options to lower your energy bills

  • Improve Home Insulation – improving your insulation, and adding insulation to your loft, walls or floors to keep the heat in can reduce heating costs

  • Access Financial Support – find out if you are eligible for any government grants or financial assistance programmes to help with energy bills
  • Share tips! – Be sure to share any saving tips and information with friends and family to help them save on their bills too

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