|Measure||Annual Saving||Installed Cost||Saving Energy Cost (including funding)||Yearly CO² saving|
|Cavity Wall Insulation||£200||£675||free||610kg|
|External Wall Insulation||£400||£10,000||£9,000||2100kg|
|Draught proofing||£20||£100||£100||Up to 155kg|
Energy Saving Tips:
- Understand your bill
Reading your bill can be confusing, Look online for Videos on how To understand your bill
- Switch off standby
You can save around £30 pound a year by switching of your standby switches
Spend less time in the shower Spending one minute less in the shower each day will save up to £7 off your energy bills each year, per person!
- Draught proofing
Professional draught-proofing of windows, starts from as little as £40, and can save around £25 a year on energy bills. Fitting a chimney draught excluder could save around £15 a year as well.
- Take control of your heating
Set your heating and hot water to come on and off when you need them,heat only the areas of your home that need heating, Set the temperature for each area of your home.
- Get savvy with smart controls
These allow you to control your heating remotely via a mobile app, meaning that you can manage the temperature of your home from wherever you are, at whatever time of day.
Switch to LEDs If the average household replaced all of their bulbs with LEDs, it would cost about £100 and save about £35 a year on bills. This is a service Saving Energy can provide.
- Turn off lights
Turn your lights off when you’re not using them. This will save you around £14 on your annual energy bills.
- Careful in your kitchen
Use a bowl to wash up rather than a running tap and save £25 a year in energy bills. Only fill the kettle with the amount of water that you need and save around £7 a year.