Energy prices continue to rise. What can you do now to save on energy? Read our tips.
1. Avoid Standby Energy Consumption
Do you often leave appliances plugged in that you don't use? Remove these from the socket, because they do consume power. Use a multiple plug with switch. This way you can switch off multiple devices at the touch of a button.
2. Isolate your home
You can save up to 30% by insulating your home properly. Another advantage is that you will suffer much less from noise and your house will be nice and warm in winter and cool in summer.
Nice to know: you can get subsidies if you take energy-saving measures in your home. More info
3. Compare energy suppliers
ROOV compares for you whether you have the best price for energy. You only have to choose whether or not you want to switch. Want to know more? Click here
4. Use energy-efficient lamps
Think of low-energy light bulbs or LED lamps. You can save a lot of energy by using them. There are also LED lamps available that you can dim. Who says that low-energy light bulbs can't be fun?
5. Consult the energy label
If you are planning to buy a new household appliance, be sure to consult the energy label. This will tell you how energy-efficient the product is. You can find the label on washing machines, dryers, refrigerators, freezers, lighting, televisions, air conditioners, ovens,....
Energy-efficient appliances will be more expensive than those that are less energy-efficient, but you will earn this back in the long term by consuming less power.
Energy-efficient appliances have energy label A+++
6. Lower your heating in the winter
You can save up to € 100 per year by turning your heating down a degree.
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