It’s been another busy transfer window this year, with 85 transfers in the EFL alone. Some of the most standout transfers saw Scott Twine make the switch to Burnley, Conor Hourihane sign for Derby County and Richie Smallwood arrive at Bradford City to name a few.
For clubs, deciding who to sign can be a massive decision. There are high costs involved, and no guarantees of success.
Fortunately, off the pitch and at home, decision making can be a little less scary. By getting a smart meter and in-home display (IHD) to replace your traditional energy meters, you will get energy bills based on how much energy you have actually used, instead of an estimate. A small decision, with big results.
Another benefit of getting a smart meter and IHD on your team is that you can see how much energy you’re using and what it’s costing you daily, weekly and monthly. Having this information could help you take control of your household budget.
At half time, it looks like the score is 2-0 to smart meters over traditional meters.
Robert, a Stoke City supporter, found that getting a smart meter on his team was crucial to helping his kids understand how much energy they’re using.
“My smart meter is great it tells me what I am spending. I can even see how much energy appliances are using. It’s great for sharing with the kids and getting them to switch appliances off!”
That looks like a clear 3-0 for reasons to get a smart meter.
A smart meter and in-home display could also help you work out how to save energy around the home. For example, by switching the TV off at the wall.
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.