It’s no surprise that as the colder nights draw in, energy prices are expected to rise again but there are ways to offset the cost which is expected to add around £139 a year to a typical household’s gas bill.
For Brits on their supplier’s standard tariff – it’s best to switch to see if they can get a better deal – but as well as this consumers are being reminded that there are other things they can do to reduce how much energy they use.
Small changes like turning down the thermostat and replacing your old boiler can add up to thousands of pounds in savings over the year and massively reduce how much you pay to your gas and electricity supplier.
Up to three million households could also be eligible for the Warm Home Discount of £140 which is awarded around March, yet not everyone is claiming what they’re entitled to, energy experts fear.
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