Energy is becoming expensive. We have to live with this fact. Whether it is a bit cheaper or not - on the long run we will have to pay a lot more for energy.
Well in principle there are 2 options: Buy energy cheaper - or reduce consumption. Unfortunately only one of the 2 options will work on the long run, and that is reducing energy consumption. There may be small differences in changing the source of supply (so for example switching from fuel to electricity for your car, but nevertheless all kind of energy will become an expensive item in the forthcoming years)
We collected a couple of tips for energy saving. Most of them don’t require lots of time, money or effort but could really help to cut down costs (and save the environment as well).
There are really simple ways to live greener. The key areas in daily life are
Not every activity you undertake will pay back from start, especially improving the energy efficacy inyour house will require some kind of investment. But with some years to pass you will realize that this is a good investment. Energy prices will not come down on the long run, they will continue to climbe due to limitations of resssources.