Conscious Energy Use & More Ways To Lower Summer 2024 Electricity Bills

May 29, 2024

From conscious energy use to smart thermostats, new insights from Infinite Energy Hub help homeowners reduce energy costs – and even extend the life of their household appliances.

Research cited by Energy Live News shows that poor home insulation increases UK energy bills by more than £3 billion - and while investing in new insulation might be outside the budget of most homeowners, there are multiple cost-efficient ways to reduce energy costs, says Infinite Energy Hub.

The company's new report discusses the best, most affordable ways to lower electricity bills - and here are the basics:

Conscious Energy Use

One simple solution is conscious energy use - leveraging time-of-use rates, if available, and reducing waste.

Doing laundry or other electricity-intensive tasks during off-peak hours is a great way to lower the bills, and making sure to turn off lights in unoccupied rooms can also have a significant impact, explains the report.

Smart Devices

Infinite Energy Hub also recommends investing in devices such as energy monitors, smart thermostats, and smart power strips.

The report also discusses the Pro PowerSave, a device designed to reduce the passive consumption of energy by household appliances that are not in use. This reduces electricity bills while also potentially extending the life of household appliances - so it can be a great way to save even more money.

Renewable Energy

Finally, readers will also find a section on renewable energy options to save money long-term, such as the installation of solar panels. This option allows homeowners to reduce their bills and even sell surplus energy back into the grid.

Key Takeaways

“Energy price increases can seem like a tough wave to surf, but with a little bit of savvy, you can navigate through them,” concludes the report. “Start by understanding your electricity bill and the factors that contribute to rate increases. Then, take action by implementing energy-saving measures around your home. This could be anything from installing LED lighting to investing in energy-efficient appliances. It’s all about making informed decisions that lead to long-term savings.”

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This content is provided in partnership with Infinite Energy Hub and is intended for informational purposes only. The views, opinions, and advice expressed in this article are solely those of Infinite Energy Hub and do not necessarily reflect the views or policies of any other individual, organization, or entity.

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