Ideas to save energy costs in your home
Easier than you think: saving on energy. If you pay attention to it in your home, you will discover how many devices you have that use power. There are probably more of them than you think. We have some ideas for you that will save you energy. And that immediately means a lower energy bill.
Turn the coldest days into the warmest.
Save up to 350.- per year. One degree lower with plaids.
More layers, less costs. With an extra blanket or plaid, the heating can be lowered by a degree and you save up to 350.- in heating costs per year.
Save up to 350.- per year. Stay warm at all times.
With a rug you keep the heat inside that would otherwise escape through the floor. That way you can turn down the heat one degree and you save up to 350.- in heating costs per year.
Save up to 350.- per year with our duvets.
Turn the heating down a degree at night and save up to 350.- in heating costs per year. Choose a 4-season duvet or good insulating materials such as wool, down or feathers. This way even the chilliest person stays warm.
Save up to 350.- per year. A degree lower with good window coverings.
Keep your curtains closed to keep the warmth in and reducedraughts. As a result, you might be able to turn your heating down a degree. This can save up to 6% on heating costs.
Save up to 30.- a year. A bright idea.
LED bulbs are 85% more economical than halogen bulbs and last 7.5 times longer. Reduce your energy consumption by replacing 10 halogen bulbs with LED bulbs and save up to 30.- a year.
Waste not, save more. Flip the switch and save.
Older appliances in particular continue to use energy while they are switched off or in stand-by mode. This is known as vampire power. Avoid unnecessary energy consumption by using an extension socket with a switch. Flip the switch and save!
Save up to 75.- a year. A lot of laundry or just a little.
Heating appliances in particular are power guzzlers. A tumble dryer costs up to 75.- a year to run. So switch to the most environmentally friendly “dryer” and hang your laundry out to dry!
Up to 30% more economical. Ease off the gas.
An induction hob is the most energy-efficient way to prepare a hot meal. Induction hobs are 30% more economical than ceramic hobs. Bon appétit!
Save up to 500.- per year with solar panels.
Buying solar panels is a smart idea: the profit is comparable to an interest of 4.3 percent on your savings account. No bank can compete with that! You save energy costs and receive a compensation for the power you supply to the grid. When purchasing 10 solar panels, the annual yield is 500.-.