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UK study says energy efficiency can save 100 pounds a year in homes

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According to the house improvement service website "Ratedpeople.com" UK property owners can save up to 100 British pounds a year by being more energy efficient in their home. The presented figures show that the average UK household spends 305 pounds on gas and 260 pounds on electricity every year. The website advised people to save energy by avoiding long baths, switch electrical appliances off overnight and turn down a thermostat by one degree.
Cutting energy costs can be easier than many people think. Suggestions for reducing the energy use include also regularly defrosting the fridge and washing clothes at a lower temperature.