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'It All Adds Up' energy saving campaign

Government has launched the 'It All Adds Up' energy saving campaign to raise public awareness of actions that people can take to cut their energy bills. The campaign promotes steps to help households save money on their energy bills with top tips including:

  • Reducing the temperature, a boiler heats water to before it is sent to radiators (known as the boiler flow temperature) from 75⁰C to 60⁰C, which will not reduce the temperature of your home but could save around £100 annually  
  • Turning appliances off at the plug, which could save approximately £60 per year  
  • Reducing heating loss from the property by putting draught excluders around doors or by adding clear film across windows, which could save around £60 a year

Last updated Wednesday, 27th September 2023

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