WAYS TO SAVE MONEY
CONSIDER MAKING SOME CHANGES
Swimming pools are the biggest single contributor to high energy bills, adding an average of $620 or more than 33% to the household energy bill.
Reducing the operating times for pumps and filters can save energy and money, and simply changing operating times can save you money if you have a time of use meter or if you can connect your pump and filter to an off peak electricity supply.
Second fridges can add an average of $300 to annual electricity bills, closely followed by spas.
Using your clothes dryer once a week will cost you $77 over a year. If you use it everyday that's $539.
GET SOME HELP
There is a plenty of advice and assistance to help you reduce energy consumption and save money.
REDUCE ENERGY CONSUMPTION
HELP PAYING BILLS
GETTING THE BEST PRICE
The Australian Energy Regulator (AER) maintains Energy Made Easy a website to compare different energy offers
Energy Rating Website E3 Equipment Energy Efficiency