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How to save energy and reduce your fuel bills

With the average household fuel bill at £1,300 a year, it’s never been more important to reduce your spending on electricity and gas.

There are lots of free and low-cost things you can do to help you keep warm and save money but sometimes it’s difficult to know where to start.

Our small steps are designed to help you make changes easily and cut your fuel bills!

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An icon showing a billGet the best deal from your energy supplier
Are you concerned about the cost of your gas and electricity bill? You may be able to move to a cheaper tariff.

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An icon showng a pile of booksLearn about simple changes you can make at home to save energy and water
There are lots of free things you can do to keep warm and cut fuel bills. Why not start today?

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An icon showing a graphKeep track of the gas and electricity you use
To make sure you are not paying too much for your gas and electricity or are getting into debt, it is important to read your meters. Here are some simple tips for understanding your energy bill.

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An icon showing a question markFind out if you’re entitled to any help from your energy and water company towards the cost of your bills
If you are struggling with the cost of heating and water, it is worth finding out if you are entitled to money off your bills.

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