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Information on Energy Saving


  • Lights: Could you get into the habit of turning lights off when you leave a room? A family could save between £50 and £90 a year just by remembering to turn things off, if they don't already do this. (Source: Energy Savings Trust, October 2013).
  • Showers: How about replacing a soak in the bath with a shower once a week? You’ll be surprised how much energy you could save this way.
  • Washing machines: Check out your washing machine’s settings, see if there’s a ‘half load’ option for small amounts of clothes. With modern washing powders, you can usually choose a lower temperature on your washing machine too.


  • Water temperature: Check the thermostat on your boiler, see what the temperature settings are for hot water and think about turning it down just a couple of degrees. That will make a difference to the amount of energy you’re using.
  • Heating: Turn down your general thermostat settings too: 21°c should be plenty. You may be used to having your house much warmer than this, so if your thermostat’s set at 24 or 25°c, turn it down one degree at a time over a couple of weeks. And just remember: every degree that you turn it down could save you around £65 a year on your heating bill! (Source: Energy Saving Trust, October 2013).
  • Radiators: Switch off radiators in the rooms you’re not using regularly and keep internal doors shut. Otherwise, draughts and poorly insulated windows will mean you’re burning energy un-necessarily.

About Solar Systems


PV is an acronym that stands for photovoltaic. The term photovoltaic represents the union of two words: photo meaning light and voltaic meaning electricity. Photovoltaic systems convert light energy, photons, into elecricity through the photoelectric effect. A complete solar electric system is made up of several building blocks. At the smallest level there are solar cells.