Having an energy-efficient home is beneficial in many ways. Saving energy can mean you spend less money on household bills. It also has a positive impact on the environment.
If you want to teach your child habits for saving energy, think about some of the following:
The Simple Energy Advice questionnaire can give you tips based on your home. This could help you save energy and reduce your bills.
As your child grows, teach them some habits to save energy around the home:
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