Fuel poverty - Tips on how to save energy in the household

There are a number of ways to reduce your energy bills and save energy in the household, such as:

  • Install cavity wall and/or loft insulation
  • Install energy saving light bulbs
  • Upgrade an old G-rated Boiler to an energy efficient Condensing Boiler
  • Draft proof doors and window frames
  • Fit a jacket to your hot water cylinder
  • Double-glaze windows

For information on how to do the above, and to see more hints and tips please visit the Energy Savings Trust. The Energy Saving Trust (EST) is the UK's leading impartial organisation helping people save energy and reduce carbon emissions.

 

 


Last Updated on Wednesday, August 09, 2017

There are a number of ways to reduce your energy bills and save energy in the household, such as:

  • Install cavity wall and/or loft insulation
  • Install energy saving light bulbs
  • Upgrade an old G-rated Boiler to an energy efficient Condensing Boiler
  • Draft proof doors and window frames
  • Fit a jacket to your hot water cylinder
  • Double-glaze windows

For information on how to do the above, and to see more hints and tips please visit the Energy Savings Trust. The Energy Saving Trust (EST) is the UK's leading impartial organisation helping people save energy and reduce carbon emissions.


Last Updated on Wednesday, August 09, 2017

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