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Try our free and unique 100% impartial gas and electricity search engine which allows you to compare the prices of all gas and electricity suppliers and find the very best deal for your home. We're part of the Conserve Energy Group. To start comparing gas and electricity prices simply click one of the icons below or call us on 0808 135 0073

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How do you use less gas and electricity and consequently reduce your gas and electricity bills?

Well the most simple and easiest way to save on electricity bills is to simply use less electricity or gas. There are quite a few ways of reducing your energy usage and the good thing about being energy efficient in this way is that you not only save money but you are helping the environment at the same time. So after deciding which energy source is best for your needs learn how to use it sparingly!

Do you know how cheap (or expensive) your current gas or electric prices are?

While they may have been good value when you signed up for them, you might find you are now paying over the odds for the same service if you haven't checked on it in a while.

This is why it pays to think about how you can find out which energy provider is the best company for you when it comes to your energy needs. Checking on the current prices might seem like a bit of a chore, but to be honest energy comparison doesn't need to be difficult at all.

The price hike in the energy sector is a big concern for everyone. Whether you are a domestic user or a business consumer, everyone is trying to cut down their energy bills.

Energy comparison is a bright light in the regulation of energy bills.

Energy comparison has given a privilege to the customers to evaluate which energy to choose from and to opt for the best and the cheapest energy deals. In the growing trend towards energy comparison, we cannot deny the major role of two factors; the government's deregulation policy and the emergence of online energy comparison companies which assist homeowners choose which energy supplier to opt for. Consumers are now quite aware and responsive to managing their energy bills by going for the best offers when choosing which energy supplier are available through energy comparison.

At a time when many of us are looking to cut back on our spending, we often overlook the simple ways in which we can reduce our monthly outgoings.

One of the simplest ways to save is by reducing the amount of energy we waste. The average British household wastes around £300 worth of energy each year. When you consider what £300 could be used to pay for instead, it surely must make you consider trying to reduce the amount of energy you waste.

Would you like to be green, save energy and be more environmentally friendly, but you're not sure about what really works?

If you would really like to find out which energy saving tips and ideas for going green work, then take a look at these top ten suggestions for saving energy that are guaranteed to work.

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