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Reduce your energy bills and environmental impact in the garden

Changing your garden habits can not only cut your energy bills, but lower your impact on the environment too. Putting outdoor lights on a timer could save £63 and swapping to solar-powered water features, ditching the pressure washer and avoiding garden fires are easy ways to make your garden greener.

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Save more than £200 on your energy bills by avoiding SVTs

People on pricey Standard Variable Tariffs could be wasting more than £1bn collectively every year on their energy bills. Don’t part of the 1 in 10 feeling anxious, stressed or unsure about the options available when switching. It takes less than 10 minutes to switch and could save you £££ on your bill.

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Working from home? You can still keep your energy bills in check

With millions now working from home, make sure your home is as efficient as possible to avoid unwelcome bill increases. There are simple steps you can take to cut your energy bills and even save money! With some homes wasting as much as £450 by leaving standby appliances on at the plug, now’s the time to make some easy changes.

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Struggling with rising bills? Manage your energy bills in lockdown

Chances are that you’re spending more time at home. But that doesn’t mean your energy bills need to creep up. Making sure you haven’t overpaid on your direct debit, switching supplier and keeping your usage down are just some of the ways to take back control.

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Identifying your Phantom Load and switching off unused devices can bring big savings

The average household could save £140 on bills, with some saving as much as £450, simply by investigating their Phantom Load. Collectively, homes in the UK could save £4bn! Some of the biggest energy wasters to look out for include extra fridges, outdoor security lights and set-top boxes.

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Making smart decisions about your energy use just got easier with Loop

Rising energy prices and more environmental awareness mean consumers are increasingly looking for ways to cut their energy usage. Any energy saved equates to both cost savings and a reduced carbon footprint, an ever-increasing priority for many households concerned by the climate emergency.

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