Welcome to the Home Energy Advice website
Thinking about switching?
Concerned about rising energy prices? You might be able to get a better deal from your energy supplier
Priority Services Register
We can sign you up if you live in the South West, the Midlands or South Wales
Central heating controls
Do you know how to use yours? Check out our videos, and take control this winter
Simple ways to cut out cold draughts
How much electricity am I using?
Some electrical items use a lot of electricity. Others don’t. Find out which are worth worrying about.
Using your night storage heater
Most of us find night storage heater controls a bit of a mystery. The short film on this page shows you how to set them
"It takes more electricity to turn lights off and on again than to leave them on."
No it doesn't! Lot's of people think this, but it's a myth
Renewable Heat Incentive
Heat your home or your water with a renewable source - and earn money
Smart meters and in-home displays can help you save money on gas and electricity
Love your home
If your house or flat is uninsulated and draughty, and if your appliances are inefficient, then you’re wasting energy and money – and making yourself less snug and warm.
Browse our site for ways to make your home more energy efficient.
These pages cover many aspects of saving energy. Here are some of the most popular.
A fun and interactive look at ways to save energy in the home.
Renting? Can't make big changes to your house? There are still lots of simple things you can do to keep warm and save money at home.
Need more help?
We can advise you about saving energy, or help you understand what grants and support you're eligible for:
Need advice about saving energy? Want help with grants and support?
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