With energy prices at their highest level since the 1950s and the energy price cap due to rise again in April 2023 – a typical household will see prices for gas and electricity go up to over £3,000 – and with a further squeeze on budgets announced at the Autumn Statement in November, it’s more important than ever that we look for ways to reduce our energy consumption.
So our energy saving experts have put their heads together to find some practical ways for you to save money from your energy bill this winter and beyond. For more on saving energy, then read our guide 7 ways to cut your heating bill, and our guide 7 ways to cut your electricity bill.
More on energy saving and the cost of living
Read our guide to the cost of living payments and find out what help you’re due to get; in this guide we’ve covered everything you need to know about the cost of living crisis; and this article explains how you can have an energy efficient house.