No squad is complete without a goalkeeper, a key player who can help your team bag the win with their saving ability. And this season there have been some great stops!
Top savers this season have been:
- David Stockdale of Wycombe Wanderers - 132 saves
- Lee Nicholls of Huddersfield Town -123 saves
Now, it’s time for you to step up and lead your household to victory by being a super saver like Stockdale and Nicholls with a smart meter, the new generation of gas and electricity meters.
Some fans are already making the saves…
Daniel, a Bristol Rovers fan, told us: “By seeing the usage on the meter, it encourages me to turn off appliances and lights when not in use, to see the actual saving as the usage goes down. Also, I know what my bills are each month so no nasty surprises.”
Sam, a Liverpool supporter, let us know: “It's helped me see which of my appliances are power hungry and enabled me to see where I can make savings by only having some things on when using rather than leaving on standby. It has let me budget better as I can see how much I'm spending on electricity on a daily basis.”
How a smart meter can help you save energy
A smart meter can help you save energy, but it’s not automatic. Many people find the in-home display useful. It allows you to have more information about your energy use. This could help you work out how to save energy around the home. For example, by switching off appliances at the wall.
Your IHD will show you:
- Your gas and electricity costs
- Your energy costs each day, week and month
- If you’re using a small or large amount of gas and electricity
All of which can help you make energy saving changes, but don’t forget there is extra help available if you’re worried about your energy bills.
Some homes can’t get a smart meter yet. Your energy supplier can tell you if you can have one and how soon it can be installed.