Save money and take
up the energy challenge
monitors are now available to borrow for free from
all Suffolk libraries, including mobile libraries.
scheme wants to help householders to reduce their
electricity bills by showing them instantaneously
from inside the comfort of their home, how much electricity
they are using and what it is costing them in £s
and pence. By raising awareness and changing behaviour,
these devices typically save householders between
£25 and £75 off a £500 electricity
not compete with friends, neighbours and family to
see how much you can reduce your electricity use by?
The more energy you save, the more you pocket!
are some top tips to reduce your electricity bill:
Switch off all unnecessary lights and appliances
• Wash clothes at 30 degrees and only when the
drum is full
• Use the dishwasher on the economy setting
• Only fill the kettle with as much water as
• Use a washing line to dry your clothes - it
also makes them smell fresher!