Rising energy bills are nasty. No one whose real income has been static for nigh on a decade will be pleased to be hit with an 8.2% in their domestic fuel bills – as customers of SSE were this week. So how can you cut costs?
You will have read thousands of articles over the years about setting your thermostat one degree lower, wearing extra jumpers, taking the state up on its offers of subsidised insulation and boiler loans, and putting old-fashioned draught-excluding snakes along the bottom of your front door.
And you will know that you should encourage [...]
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