MOSCOW, 27 Aug – PRIME. The Evening Standard newspaper published an article in which it gave the British more than 20 tips to save electricity amid rising bills.
On Friday, British energy regulator Ofgem announced an 80% increase in the maximum allowable electricity bill for consumers from October 1 due to rising global energy prices. Thus, the maximum bill for the British could be 1578 pounds (80%) more. The previous energy price threshold was £1,971. The head of the energy regulator, Jonathan Brearley, warned that energy prices are likely to continue to rise, and called on the country’s future prime minister to take new measures to combat rising prices.
Winter is on the doorstep and energy bills are at record highs – not the best combination in a cost-of-living crisis.
In particular, it proposes to seal window and door gaps, turn off household appliances from the network when not in use, switch to LED bulbs, wash dishes in a basin, take a shower rather than a bath, turn off the heating in non-residential rooms, and reduce the temperature in the rest. .