3. Understand your energy billWhilst there are often a lot of terms and conditions to read, attempting to understand the information related to one
3. Understand your energy bill
Whilst there are often a lot of terms and conditions to read, attempting to understand the information related to one’s energy tariff and household consumption could help keep the costs of bills down.
He said: The personal projection on the bill is the amount your household is expected to spend over the next 12 months, and the tariff comparison rate figure helps you understand how much you’re spending per kilowatt-hour of gas and electricity.
“Knowing this information will make it easier when comparing energy deals if you are planning to switch to a cheaper one, or help you monitor your current energy consumption.”
4. Time your supermarket trips wisely
He suggested that people should try to time their supermarket trips for when their local stores are likely to have just added yellow ‘reduced’ stickers to stock that needs to be sold that day.