Save £40 a year by switching off electronics - top energy-guzzling appliances in UK named

Save £40 a year by switching off electronics - top energy-guzzling appliances in the UK named #EnergySavingWeek #energycrisis

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1/17/2022 7:40:00 PM

Save £40 a year by switching off electronics - top energy-guzzling appliances in the UK named EnergySavingWeek energycrisis

ENERGY experts have shared how Britons can save £40 a year by switching off their electronics which are normally on standby. The top energy-guzzling appliances for hiking energy bills have also been named.

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