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Did you know that if each household in the UK avoided standby and turned appliances off when not being used, together we could reduce energy bills by over £950 million every year?
Where we get our savings figures
Turning your central heating thermostat down by 1 degree could save you £55 and 300kg of carbon dioxide every year. Based on turning down a room thermostat from 22 degrees to 21 degrees in the main living areas. Figures from Energy Saving Trust, correct as of June 2021.
Someone staying at home all day in a Scottish property could save money on energy bills and receive payments up to a total of £290 a year by installing solar panels. Figures from Energy Saving Trust, correct as of June 2021.
Draught proofing windows and doors can save around £25 and 105kg of carbon dioxide a year. Savings based on a typical gas-fuelled semi-detached property in England, Scotland or Wales. Figures from Energy Saving Trust, correct as of June 2021.
Shower savings - Taking one minute off your shower time can save up to 2,600 litres of water per year per person and could save £17 off your energy bills each year, in a four-person household. Figures from Energy Saving Trust, correct as of June 2021.
Based on statistics from DEFRA fuel costs financial year 2019-2020, reducing car use by a quarter could save the average driver in Scotland around £379 per year in fuel costs. Figures from Energy Saving Trust, correct as of June 2020.