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Reasons to Compare Gas and Electricity Prices

Created on 11 October 2011. Posted in Compare Electricity Gas and Renewable Energy Prices

... over time. You will find out whether you actually just pay for the energy that you use or if you have to pay a base price no matter what. This means that you could end up saving money if you find out ...

Save Money by Reducing the Amount of Energy You Waste

Created on 11 October 2011. Posted in Energy Efficiency

... to the Energy Saving Trust, this could cut your heating bills by up to 10 percent and typically saves around £65 per year. If you wish to compare gas and electricity prices click here If you wish to ...

Top Ten Energy Saving Tips and Ideas

Created on 11 October 2011. Posted in Energy Efficiency

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 goin ...

Top 10 Energy Saving Tips To Cut Your Fuel Bills

Created on 10 October 2011. Posted in Energy Efficiency

The good news is that you could cut the cost of these increases in half by being more energy efficient and switching to the cheapest energy supplier. TOP 10 ENERGY SAVING TIPS Apply these energy saving ...

Energy Comparison Can Make Your Pocket Happy

Created on 09 October 2011. Posted in Energy Efficiency

... e the tariffs of other suppliers in their respective area. In this way customers can easily gauge their annual savings by comparing diverse deals of suppliers. The deals for supply vary from area to ar ...

The Best Way to Save Energy and Save Money!

Created on 09 October 2011. Posted in Energy Efficiency

Have you ever wondered why your energy bills never seem to go down? You buy the latest energy saving product, like compact fluorescent bulbs, or turn down your thermostat like every energy saving tip ...

Energy Saving: Reason to Change Energy Supplier

Created on 09 October 2011. Posted in Energy Efficiency

... physical change in the energy supply. Current estimates indicate changing energy suppliers could reward customers with savings of around £200 to £400 a year. Often when one energy company raises prices ...

Electricity Price Comparison Leading to Cheaper Electricity Bills

Created on 05 October 2011. Posted in Energy Efficiency

... h energy source is best for you. I have explained how to use energy price comparison sites in previous articles. However, what I haven't previously explained is that when using comparison sites the best savi ...

Energy Price Comparison - Benefits and Guidelines

Created on 05 October 2011. Posted in Energy Efficiency

... n which energy comparison sites will also provide you with information on capped rates that certain companies sometimes use. This is the equivalent of a guaranteed interest rate on your savings accoun ...

Guidance On Saving Money On Your Home Electricity Bill

Created on 05 October 2011. Posted in Energy Efficiency

... w. So if you are concerned about saving more bucks and getting the most out of your money, then it's high time to consider finding the cheapest electricity supplier that will help unburden you of those e ...

Conserving Energy And Saving Money

Created on 26 September 2011. Posted in Conserve Energy Articles

...  you want to learn more about Conserving Energy and Saving money? Ann Cohen is a mom, wife, friend and avid gardener. She loves finding natural and safe solutions to problems. Get more information on S ...

Ways to Conserve Energy

Created on 26 September 2011. Posted in Conserve Energy Articles

... r sitting at home sweating because you can't afford to pay for your air conditioning electric needs. You can simply create a one time, simple solution, that will last you forever. Also saving, and preserv ...

How to Conserve Energy Throughout Your Home

Created on 26 September 2011. Posted in Conserve Energy Articles

... pockets, during these hard economic times. Conserving energy in your home can be very beneficial. You'll begin saving money, reducing high monthly utility bills, and reducing the need for fossil fuels ...

Three Great Ways to Help You Conserve Energy

Created on 26 September 2011. Posted in Conserve Energy Articles

... required. It couldn't be simpler. By simply covering your water heater, a household can realise significant energy and cost savings. Since water heaters are one of the most energy-intensive appliance ...

Save Money While Conserving Energy

Created on 26 September 2011. Posted in Conserve Energy Articles

...  Some of those reasons include saving money by reducing the high costs of monthly utility bills; preserving the environment for a cleaner, greener tomorrow; reducing carbon dioxide emissions and enhancin ...

Four Excellent Tips to Conserve Energy

Created on 26 September 2011. Posted in Conserve Energy Articles

... : Go Save Power to learn more about Alternative Energy and saving energy at home. To learn more about saving energy and acquiring energy efficient homes, visit: http://www.gosavepower.com  ...

Energy Efficiency, Saving Hints and Tips

Created on 16 September 2011. Posted in Energy Saving Tips

... le you to conserve energy and save money by cutting the amount of energy you waste.

Hot water

Hot water

Setting the thermostat to 60°C / 140° F is fine for bathing and washing should be satisfactory for most people. This could save up to £10 a year. Always put the plug into your sink or basin. Leaving hot water taps running with no plug is like flushing money down the plughole.

Lighting

Lighting

In most homes lighting accounts for 10 – 15% of the electricity bill. Swap your inefficient traditional light bulbs for energy efficient bulbs instead. These will reduce your bills because they only use a fraction of the energy needed to operate a traditional bulb These bulbs cost less to run, but also last longer than normal bulbs, meaning you don’t have to change them as often which helps the environment. Always turn lights off when you leave a room even if it is for only a few minutes, you should also turn off your fluorescent lamps if the space is not going to be occupied for more than a few minutes (3-5 minutes is a good rule of thumb). Modern lamps do draw a higher level of current during start up, but it only lasts for a fraction of a second, which is negligible compared to normal current requirements of the lamps.

Fridges

Fridges

Do not leave the door open for longer than necessary, as the more cold air that escapes the harder the fridge has to work to maintain the chosen temperature. Avoid putting warm or hot food straight into the fridge, allow it to cool first. Defrost your fridge regularly to keep it running efficiently and cheaply. If it shows a tendency to frost up quickly then the door seal may be faulty. If you must put your fridge next to your cooker or boiler, leave as big a gap as possible between them.

Televisions, Videos, stereos, computers and cordless phones

Televisions, Videos, stereos, computers and cordless phones

In order to cut down on wasted energy, avoid leaving appliances on standby and remember not to leave them on charge unnecessarily. Always check the operation manual to make sure that this won’t reset the appliances memory.

Washing machines and tumble dryers

Washing machines and tumble dryers

Whenever possible, wash a full load or use a half-load or economy program if your machine has one. User a lower temperature program. 40° or even 30° is generally OK for most of the wash cycles. Don’t put dripping wet clothes into the tumble dryer, wring them or spin dry them first. They will dry much faster and save you money.

Dishwashers

Dishwashers

Use the lowest temperature program available and ensure you wash a full load.

Immersion heater

Immersion heater

Leaving the immersion heater on all day can prove very expensive. Use a timer or switch the heater on when necessary.

Kettles and Coffee Makers

Kettles and Coffee Makers

Use the minimum amount of water necessary for a cuppa, but ensure that the element is covered. This will use the optimum amount of energy and ensures you are not re-heating the same water

Oil heaters & Electric Heaters

Oil heaters & Electric Heaters

These use very large amounts of energy, so use them only when they are needed.

Boilers

Boilers

If you decide to install a new boiler seriously consider fitting a new energy efficient boiler or a condensing boiler. These are very efficient and could save you around a third of your heating bills. This saving will be increased if you also upgrade to modern controls.
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What happens next?

Created on 01 September 2011. Posted in Resources

... are transfering - this allows the existing supplier to prepare your final energy bill and the new supplier to set up your account. You sit back and wait for the savings! If you wish to compare gas ...

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