Making the decision to change your energy output is not a decision many of us are willing to make lightly and for good reason. With this in mind, we’ve put together a brief list of three things you should consider when making the change to the renewable energy source of solar power.
Christmas can be an expensive time of year. From extra fuel consumption when visiting friends and family to buying gifts for loved ones, it can sometimes seem as though it is impossible to make savings or cut backs at this time of year.
Do you wish your energy bills were lower? Utilities have never been more expensive in Australia than they are today. Fortunately, there are a number of low- or no-cost steps you can take to save money and help the planet.
Think about the appliances you have in your home and how they could be impacting your energy rates. There aren’t many that need to be switched on all the time – but when it comes to your Wi-Fi router, it’s working (and using energy) all the time.
With regard to the high electricity prices, here are some tips on reducing your energy consumption outdoors.
The kitchen, although a space for deliciousness, is one of the key sources of energy usage and thus the costs of cooking eat up a large part of your electricity bill. These five simple steps can help reduce electricity prices and minimise energy wastage.