Replace your light bulbs with energy efficient ones; One bulb can save around £50 over its lifetime of about 15 years.
When a room is empty, make sure that the lights are turned off, saving around £10 per year.
Having a shower instead of a bath will reduce hot water consumption by about 50%, saving around £45 per year.
Fix dripping taps as soon as possible; one hot water tap can waste the same amount of water as one hot bath in a week.
Don't leave appliances on standby or on charge unnecessarily, it cost between £50 and £90 per year to leave items on standby.
Switching a plasma TV for an LCD TV of the same size could save around £25 per year.
Block up draughts around doors and windows.
Set your room thermostat to between 18-21ºC to ensure your living space is kept at a healthy temperature.
If it is higher than 21ºC, turning it down by 1ºC could save you around £65 a year.
Is your water too hot? If you have a hot water tank check your cylinder thermostat to make sure it is set to exactly 60ºC/140ºF.
(To prevent Legionnaires your hot water tank must never be less than 60ºC/140ºF.)
If you have central heating, you can adjust the temperature by using a thermostat in the room you use most and the radiator valves.
In rooms you use less often turn the heating down using the radiator valves.