Saving money on your gas and electric bill and at the same time help fight global warming by reducing your carbon footprint.

Welcome to Energy Saving Ideas - This site has been designer and build to help you understand just how easy it can be to cut down on your bills and save the environment at the same time. It can be very cost effective to be energy efficient and after just a few energy saving techniques you will see your bills going down.

Energy Efficiency Rating Guide

Energy Saving Light Bulbs and Lamps - Energy saving lightbulbs have always been a good idea for your home, office or shops as they use up to 80 per cent less electricity than a standard bulb and produce the same amount of light, thus saving you 80% on your lighting bill if used all around the home.

Insulation - There are many different types of insulation including loft insulation, cavity wall insulation, floor insulation solid wall insulation, pipe insulation, hot water tank insulation, draught proofing, double glazing and more and all this can dramatically reduce your heating bills. Just insulating your loft can save you more than £110 a year on your heating bills.

Solar Power

Renewable Energy For the Home - Every year it is becoming cheaper and cheaper to provide your own power by the use of solar panels or even a small wind turbine. Solar panels or Solar PV can either provide electricity for your home or heat your hot water. Adding solar panels to your home could save you 50% or more on your household electric bill. A small wind turbine could also reduce your bills by up to 50% and it is generally pretty easy to get planning permission to have on installed.

Energy 'A' Rated Appliances - When buying your next kitchen or home appliance make sure it has an energy rating of 'A'. 'A' Rated electrical appliances use far less electricity than conventional models and are available for all kitchen appliances including fridges, freezers, washing machines, kettles, dishwashers and more. An 'A' rated energy efficient appliance can ready help to reduce your fuel bills. As an example an energy efficient dishwasher will be 40% cheaper to run and save 85Kg of CO2 a year.

Energy Efficient Appliances

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