Brits are grappling with one of the worst cost of living crises in decades as energy bills, fuel prices and inflation soar.
But struggling families are still being warned that the worst is yet to come later this year.
families have seen Energy price ceiling raised by 54 percent in April. In October, that could increase by 40 percent – or £2,750 for the average double fuel bill.
Here are the top 10 ways you can save on your energy billRanked by popularity thanks to GoCompare Energy.
The results showed that two-thirds (64%) of those surveyed had started turning off the lights when they left the room.
While simple, this is the top way people are taking to save money and reduce energy use around the home.
The second most popular method, preferred by 54 percent of the respondents, was to turn off the devices when they are not in use or in standby mode.
Unnecessary background use of our devices is something we can all be guilty of.
Was not behind even 45 percent to stop boiling water so many times by filling the kettle to the top.
Whereas doing laundry on a low heat setting and taking fewer showers was a popular choice for about 40 percent.
This can be especially useful in the summer months where you can dry clothes outside.
Switching light bulbs to LED bulbs (28 percent) was an easy cost-cutting option for nearly a third of those surveyed.
24 percent said that not using the tumble dryer anymore was a helpful method and would be especially useful in hot weather again.
And making the home more energy efficient in general was a good option for 19 percent of respondents.
This may include installing solar power or loft insulation for the winter months.
While not strictly under our control, 18 per cent of people said that going to bed earlier helped save on rising electricity bills.
Last but not least, 17 percent of respondents said that using a slow cooker instead of an oven also helped fight costs.
Only 10 percent of the respondents said they were not implementing any energy-saving measures.