It’s the last Friday of the month, is it your payday or do you need to wait another week? Everyone’s always glad to see the back of January, but with it comes the dreaded bills from December…
We all dread that monthly Gas or Electricity bill, but it’s always that much harder in the winter months. Therefore it’s no surprise that this week is ‘Big Energy Savings Week.’ A week dedicated to helping you become more energy efficient and cut those energy bills for good.
The Citizen Advice Bureau backs the national campaign and encourages people to find out if they are getting the best energy deal on the market. And as the week draws to a close, we want to help you get smarter with your energy spending forever.
By now, you are probably sick of energy companies telling you to switch provider. It’s on the radio, on the television and all over social media. But most of the time, it really does work!
With the Top 5 companies raising their prices every year, it is definitely worth seeing if you could get your energy cheaper. Also, do you know if you are on the right tariff? Most of the time, consumers are automatically placed onto a tariff without their usage data being taken into consideration.
This is where NDM Energy can help. All you need to do is enquire online. Then, once we have the basic information, we compare prices and tariffs with our list of trusted providers. Then, we let you know if switching will save you money.
Are you Entitled to a Grant?
Did you know that there are business energy grants available for businesses across the UK. This means that your business could potentially receive between £2,000 and £20,000 to help lower your energy bills.
With help towards lighting, renewable technologies, heaters and boilers, energy storage and much more, the grants are available across the UK.
Have you tried…
There are also plenty of other simple things you could do to make sure you are saving on your energy bills, including:
- Turning off lights when leaving a room
- Only using energy efficient light bulbs
- Unplugging unused appliances
- Avoiding using portable heaters
- Replacing older windows
- Turning down thermostats