We’ve compiled some quick and achievable changes you can make at home to help lower your bills - and reduce your carbon footprint, too.
Reducing your home energy use can seem like a lot to take on, especially if you’re already keeping a close eye on what you use. But it’s always worth seeing if there are any more changes you haven’t yet tried.
We hope these ideas below, and the savings calculated by Energy Saving Trust, are useful. But if you’re worried about paying your bill or topping up, please read our guide for customers who need extra support.
Save energy at home
Making small changes to your home setup and daily routines can lower your energy use, helping reduce how much you spend.
You can get advice and support on energy efficiency in your home from:
Simple Energy Advice in England
Home Energy Scotland in Scotland
Nest home heat programme in Wales
For independent, specialist energy advice and more ways to reduce consumption in your home, visit the Energy Saving Trust website.
For practical advice about your energy bill and supply, call the Citizens Advice consumer helpline.
To learn more about how gas and electricity is supplied and your rights as a consumer, the energy regulator Ofgem has a useful bank of advice for households.