Fitting draught excluders in your home could save you £20 a year.
Change your light bulbs
Using energy saving light bulbs could save you around £35 a year. Turning your lights off when you're not using them will also save you around £14.
Wash at 30°C
Doing a full load of washing at 30°C could save you £6 a year. Save another £30 by line drying instead of using a tumble dryer.
Turn it off
You can save around £30 a year just by turning your appliances off standby mode. Most appliances can be turned off at the plug without upsetting their programming.
Less time in the shower
You can save £7 a year on your energy bill just by spending one minute less in the shower each day. Fit a water meter and you could save another £12.
Only fill the kettle with as much water as you need and save £6 a year.
Use a bowl to wash up rather than a running tap and save £25 a year in energy bills.
Turn it down
Turning your heating down by just 1°C can save you as much as £75 per year.
Switch to a smart meter to keep track of your energy spending.