Small changes make a big difference
Rising living costs are a growing concern for many households across the Island. This is primarily due to the increased costs of fossil fuels over the past few months, notably gas, stretching finances to their limit.
With a large part of our household budget spent on energy bills, we’re all feeling the pinch. However, we can save money and energy by introducing a few small changes into our everyday lives, from switching our appliances off standby, turning down the thermostat by 1°C or drying our clothes using an airer instead of a tumble dryer - we're here to help you reduce your bills and save energy, whilst keeping warm this winter.
What would you like to do?
Save Energy . Save Money .
Find small, everyday things you can do differently to benefit your bank account and reduce your energy consumption.Start saving
Funding & Support
Government loans, grants and incentives to help you take action against the rising cost of living.Discover more
Have you changed your home energy habits?
We'd like to know if Small Changes Make A Big Difference (an Island-wide campaign) has encouraged you to reduce your energy consumption at home and save money on your household bills.Take the survey