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Cut your bills

It can be hard to work out what’s using the most energy in your home.

Save energy and money by buying an energy efficient appliance. Learn what to look out for.

Discover how having a long shower or leaving the printer on can impact on your electricity bill.

Being more energy efficient

Choosing energy efficient appliances

Lots of factors go into choosing the right dishwasher for your home but in the long run, an energy efficient one will save you energy, water and money.

Fridges are one of the most expensive appliances to buy and run. As they consume energy 24 hours a day, it’s important to think outside the icebox and choose a model that will save power.

While buying a big, cheap television may be tempting, it could cost you in the long run. The type of technology, screen size and brightness all contribute to how much electricity your television will use.

Choosing an energy efficient air conditioner cuts your electricity bills and is better for the environment.

Buying new laundry appliances is a good opportunity to save electricity and water, but with so many options it can be confusing to know which one to buy.

Measure your usage

The first step to reducing your power bill is working out what's using the most energy. Once you know what's using the most power, simple changes can make a big difference.

A smart meter is a device with a digital two-way communication system that measures when you use electricity and how much.