80% of people with a smart meter say that they have taken at least one step to reduce their energy usage, for example turning off lights and turning the heating down. The results of simple actions such as these will be visible on the smart meter – helping to show you that your efforts can pay off.
Smart meters mean an end to estimated bills, creating fairer prices as you are only charged for how much energy you actually use. More competitive tariffs are also emerging as a result of the roll-out. Providers, due to the smart meter, have more data available, meaning time-of-use tariffs for off peak use can result in much cheaper prices for you.
And if you’re looking to make even more savings, why not compare energy tariffs and see if you could cut your bills even further?