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Gas/Electricity , save money by saving on Gas/electricity

Homes across the UK could save a collective £600 million a year on their energy bills by switching off electronic household appliances/gadgets , according to new data. But that doesn’t mean you need to sacrifice your modern home comforts. We’ve pulled together some tips for using your favourite household appliances in more energy efficient ways. These gadgets almost found in ...

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Save on Gas/electricity, Dishwasher, £42 a year

5.  Save on Gas/electricity, A full-size dishwasher uses a whopping 294 kWh in energy a year. You can save energy by always making sure your dishwasher is completely full before you power it up and by washing small, easy items by hand. At First Utility, we believe in spending less on what you need (like gas and electricity) and more ...

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Gas/electricity, Electric cooker, £46 a year

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4. Save on Gas /electricity power  – Your electric hob can be slow to heat and costly to run, so it’s worth making the most of its ‘on’ time by cooking several meals at once (so it doesn’t waste so much energy heating up and cooling down) and freezing some meals for later. The microwave is a more energy-efficient alternative. ...

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Gas/electricity , Tumble Dryer, Save £57 a year

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3. A tumble dryer can add £57 a year onto your energy bill and a combined washer-drier can clock your energy bill up by £81 a year. You can improve your dryer’s energy efficiency by only washing full loads and by using a lower heat setting. hence reducing your Gas/electricity power on home appliances. Win win. CLICK HERE TO GO ...

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Gas/Electricity , Fridge Freezer, Save £62 a year

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2. Fridge Freezer,  Save £62 a year. You can make your fridge-freezer more energy-efficient by defrosting it regularly and keeping it well stocked to save on energy/electricity (but not overcrowded). You don’t need to buy extra food to keep your fridge-freezer fully stocked – ice trays are great for filling up gaps. CLICK HERE TO GO TO  NEXT PAGE TO ...

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