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Another week, another 
super duper energy-saving tip…

 

Every week for the last 8 weeks, we've been sharing a new super-quick and easy tip to help you save money by saving energy. 

Now they're all up and live, check them out!

 

 

Play Oven Tetris 

Save energy and time by maximising the space in your over. 

 

Turn the savings dial 

Turn your boiler temperature down to save energy and money. 

 

Avoid burning money

By using the correct size burner for the size of your pan, you could save energy and money.

 

Go easy on the kettle 

Only fill the kettle with the amount of water that you need to save money and energy.

 

Ok, it's a lighting round folks. 1 point for every correct answer. 

 

How much you could save by... 

 

...Turning off your lights when you're not using them? 

Source: energysavingtrust.org.uk

 

...Turning down the thermostat one degree? 

Source: energysavingtrust.org.uk

 

...Washing clothes at 30 degrees?

Source: energysavingtrust.org.uk

 

...Turning off appliances, instead of leaving them on standby?

Source: energysavingtrust.org.uk

 

That's that. We hope these tips were useful. And remember, Oven Tetris is for grown-ups only.