1. Unplug appliances that are not being used like TV, computer, washing machine and the like. Being on standby mode still comsume energy so it would be better to unplug when not in use. When purchasing, it would be best to check for energy saver appliances.
2. Identify power guzzlers in the house. Replacing or using them efficiently help cut costs.
3. Compare energy plans by comparing companies to see if you can get a cheaper deal for you.
4. Think of switching from electric powered heating systems to gas or solar heating systems.
5. Replacing regularly used light with LED’s. LED’s use only a tenth of the energy you’re using for halogen or incandescent bulbs.