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5 ways to reduce your home energy bills

According to UK consumer organization Money Saving Expert, you’ll reduce energy bills by around 4% for every degree you dial down the heating temperature control. Image: Unsplash/thiago japyassu

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Energy bills in Europe have risen sharply during 2022. Image: Statista/Eurostat Data

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People in low incomes are being hit hardest by soaring energy bills. Image: IMF

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Heating rooms and water are major sources of home energy usage. Image: Eurostat


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