Simple changes can make significant savings.

Maximise your solar powers by day and save energy by night to reduce your energy bills.

Below are just a few ways you can reduce your energy bills by reducing your energy consumption (even if you don't have solar).

Understand your energy use.

While it’s easy to understand where to make savings in the supermarket aisle, energy can be harder.

A home energy monitoring system is essential to help you understand which appliances and behaviours are using the most energy. Ask your electricity retailer or distributor if they have a free energy monitoring tool or you can purchase apps and services.

Read the energy monitoring consumer guide from Energy Consumers Australia and the New Energy Tech Consumer Code (NETCC) program to understand more about your options.

Find energy saving tips.

Here are just a handful of ways to reduce your energy bills (easiest first): stop using standby, set heating and cooling right, get draught excluders, get energy saving lightbulbs, upgrade to smart and energy-efficient appliances, get insulation, get double glazing

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