“a homeowner’s guide to maximising energy efficiency”
As energy prices are set to soar, the government has made certain commitments:
Although some have pointed out that the ‘energy price cap’ could be applied further up the chain:
Interestingly, on the Continent, further and swifter measures have been put into place:
Meanwhile, back in the UK, here are some tips on how to handle the rising costs of household energy:
Finally, here’s “a homeowner’s guide to maximising energy efficiency during COVID-19 and beyond”:
After spending more time at home than ever before, you may have noticed your bills go up. Now is as good a time as any to focus on how you can maximise your energy efficiency at home. We all know the way we live has an impact on the world around us – so if you can start making changes at home, you can reduce this impact.
Choosing to live more sustainably could mean reducing heat loss, upgrading old appliances to newer, more energy-efficient models, changing the way you buy furniture and homewares, or even exploring new energy sources. We explore lots of practical advice you can start actioning today, and look at how consumer energy usage behaviours could change after COVID-19.
An introduction to energy efficiency (01)
Using resources more efficiently (02)
The pandemic (03) Useful links (04)