We’ve brought together a few energy-saving tips to help you to cut down on your energy bills. 

  • Think about replacing traditional light bulbs with LED bulbs because this will save you money.  
  • Defrost your freezer every 6 months – this will ensure it runs efficiently. 
  • When making hot drinks, only boil the amount of water you need. 
  • Run the washing machine at a lower temperature – you can often do everyday washes at 30°C. Washing clothes at 30°C uses around 40% less electricity over a year than washing at higher temperatures. 
  • Keep radiators and heaters clear so warm air can circulate – for example, by drawing your curtains and tucking them behind radiators. 

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