Don’t forget, if you’re buying any new white goods look out for the Energy Efficiency Recommended logo. This is a distinctive blue logo found on goods such as fridges, tumble dryers, dishwashers and lightbulbs.
Replacing all the remaining traditional lightbulbs in your home with energy-saving ones could result in annual savings of about £37 a year.
Also, don’t leave things on standby. A phone left charging overnight can cost £10 a year. The same for a heated towel rail in the bathroom.
By paying attention to details the savings will mount up.