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kayleigh91 wrote: »
I live in a three bedroomed house. I have oil heating. The boiler is needed to heat the hot water so the boiler will be on an hour a day to give hot water. There is rarely anyone in the house during the day. I hardly have the lights on. I have a computer which is on quite a bit on the evening as is the TV and Sky. I have electric oven and hob. This is not used every day as we tend to cook meat outside on BBQ. Just had elec bill. From 16th June to 30th July I used 372 KW - £53.62. This seems an awful lot
crimper wrote: »
In the winter I ended up paying a lot more than £30 a month so I thought I better do something. So I checked out http://www.**********net/. It compares the energy consumption of products. So when for example my tumble drier broke I bought the most energy efficient tumble I found on sust-it. I noticed my electricity bill went down dramatically. So I swapped a lot of my power guzzling white goods for more energy efficient ones, and my electricity bill has over halved.
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