We are urging everyone to turn electrical items off to save money.
Around £65 a year can be saved on energy bills by not leaving electrical items on standby or plugged in.
This is a very simple step we can all take to live a more environmentally-friendly lifestyle.
The simple rule is that anything with a clock or light on when not in use or that gets warm to the touch such as a phone charger plug will still be using energy and costing you money.
A TV left on standby uses on average 1.4 watts of electricity. This may not sound like much but add to it 2.2 watts for a microwave, three watts for a DVD player and 3.8 watts for a laptop plus other appliances left on, and this can add up over a year to about five per cent of the total electricity being used in your home.