New research has revealed that households who invest in energy efficient technologies will see a reduction in their energy bills
Research conducted by the UK Energy Research Centre (UKERC) and University of Sussex Centre on ‘Innovation and Energy Demand’ has revealed that investing in energy efficient technologies could help households save on average £270, each on energy bills.
The researchers have approximated that by investing in energy efficient technologies such as heating, insulation, lighting and appliances could save the UK an astonishing £7.5 billion.
Jim Watson, Director of UKERC said:
“This research proves that there is still huge potential to save energy from UK homes. It is clear that reducing energy demand needs to be a priority if the government is serious about bringing down energy bills. It should be the centrepiece of the Clean Growth Plan, which is now overdue.”
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