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For many Londoners, the cost of living is already very high. Monthly energy bills for their gas and electricity are unavoidable but switching regularly can reduce those outgoings significantly. Comparing your last year’s bill every twelve months might seem like a chore but it could pay for your holiday each year if you play your cards right and do the leg work. It really doesn’t take that long, especially if once you’ve done it a few times. Find your favourite comparison site covering the Montpelier area and set a yearly reminder on your phone. Then act on it each year to make the most saving possible.

To find the lowest tariff you might need to look at your gas bill and your electricity bill separately. This is easier than you might think at first. Ove you’ve selected the best tariff for both services your gas and electric bills will be lower and you can start to plan that summer holiday.

More Energy Saving Tips

As we all know running the home central heating during the winter months can be expensive, but did you know there are some simple things you can do that can help bring down those costs. Your central heating boiler is an essential part of your home, it supplies you with unlimited hot water when you need it, and it keeps you warm in the colder months.

First, make sure that you have your boiler serviced each year, preferably before the winter kicks in. Your central heating boiler is just like a car engine, if left unserviced, over time things will start to go wrong, the same goes for the central heating boiler.

If your central heating boiler is not serviced and something is starting to go wrong your energy bills will start to rise, your boiler may need to work harder to reach that desired temperature thus higher bills, if the boiler is maintained and checked over, anything that needs adjusting or replacing can be carried out.

Another simple way to save money is to make sure the radiator itself has nothing around it, keep it clear so the heat can penetrate the room, don’t put clothes that you want to dry on the radiator put them on a clothes horse close by they will still dry. When you put clothes on the radiator all the heat is lost into the clothes and the room takes longer to heat up. Pipe insulation is another way of cutting down those energy bills. Any pipework that you can visibly see should be insulated. By fitting insulation to the pipes you are reducing the heat loss from that pipe, you can buy pipe insulation from the local DIY store.

These are just a few of the ways you can save on those central heating bills, and remember when you have the central heating boiler serviced, only use a registered gas safe company or engineer.

Now that you’ve saved money on your gas and electricity bill why not look at the other monthly costs that eat into your usable reserves and save even more money each month.

electricity gas rates comparison Did you receive the latest monthly electrical consumption bill? I’m sure, if you are in the UK, you will read the content with anger and disgust, often because of the data showed on the bill. You might be tempted to find ways to reduce the reading on your next electric bill. A large portion of your take-home pay will always be paid to the owners and shareholders of the company that is providing you with electricity. Tampering with the electric meter is a crime, and diverting the flow of excess electricity is dangerous too. So let's not go there! Consider Coffee as an Electricity Reducer! You’ll think this as a scam or just gimmickry but those users who are already enjoying its benefits can give you proof that it is true. The lady who shared with me the technique on how to put the coffee on the cord of every electrical gadget or appliance at home showed her recent electric bill revealing a more reduced amount that she should expect. A friend of my landlady here in London, who owns a forwarding service or freight company testified that he too believes in the authenticity of this marvellous use of coffee. To tell you straight, I was also doubtful regarding this, because I don't know the component of coffee that can reduce the surge of electric power. Only the experts know. The Story Behind This Discovery. The beautiful and humble beginning of this discovery came from a not-so-prominent guy whose mother was on the verge of dying due to a terminal disease. He was able to mix the coffee with the following (aside from sugar and milk):
  1. Spirulina - this awesome seaweed that is rich in energy-giving nutrients and minerals
  2. Ganoderma or Brazilian Agaricus - a kind of tropical mushroom that is usually mixed with ground coffee beans, dubbed as a king mushroom
  3. glutathione - a very good whitening agent and anti-oxidant
  4. ginseng- libido booster
  5. moringa -malunggay, tropical vegetable as immune system booster, too.
With the production of his coffee that was approved by Burea of Food and Drugs (BFAD) now also called Food and Drug Administration (FDA), he was able to sell it during trade fairs and exhibitions. The potency of his version of mix coffee was able to prolong the life of his mother With continuous research, he also added into his coffee the unique function as electricity reducer! In a desperate situation, he was in, during the ailing period of his mother, he tried putting the coffee on the cords of his electrical gadget and appliances. After one month, a new electric bill arrived showing reduced consumption! To the public, he recommends his coffee as an additional energy-saving component at home or even in a big business who use much of highly-priced electricity in the land where the providers are cashing in huge money from the consumers.

This is what I did at home

Ordering a box of that particular mix of coffee will need around Php250.00 pesos ($5.00) for one user to avail. I mean, it's still on the stage of promotion, that's why when the producer (name withheld) presented it at the World Trade Center seminar hall at Pasay City, Philippines, the attendees cannot believe of what he's saying. Until he presented the evidences by showing his recent electric bills (no hanky-panky about it). The results are genuine. Most of them became interested and were able to be persuaded to share the knowledge they've learned during that seminar. In other words, it reached my home in the city. The ratio of using that sachets of coffee for every electrical appliance or gadget available at home will be like this (also depending on its size and wattage).
  1. electric fan - two sachets of coffee; it can be three pieces if it has bigger wattage
  2. television set - three sachets of coffee
  3. refrigerator - four sachets or more depending on its size
  4. laptop computer or desktop - three or four sachets of coffee
If you see some modern gadgets, the cord has its round capacitor that reduces electric consumption. Since, most of the gadgets we use don't have that special capacitor, this coffee mix will serve like it. Note: I cannot compare my electric bill now, while I'm doing this hub. I will be updating it, a month after and I hope it will be successful that I can see a reduced amount of consumption when the electric bill comes. (With personal opinion and biases from travel_man1971 aka Ireno Alcala, June 8, 2012)

Notes and Update: 8-in1 Micswell Coffee and Nikola Tesla

The 8-in-1 Micswell Coffee here is a patented product, one with eight active ingredients. It is also called Brazilian coffee by its distributor which has already several authorised local manufacturers in the Philippines. Like what I said when I did this article last year, it's always a question whether the aluminium foil or it's coffee mix content that made your electric bill decreases. Now, that a huge discussion has been happening in social networks, like Facebook and YouTube because of this awesome innovation in my country, a more sound explanation is needed as to why this is possible. The author has been convinced with the fact that: "ENERGY CANNOT BE CREATED NEITHER DESTROYED BUT IT CAN TRANSFORM FROM ONE FORM TO ANOTHER."

From the book of Nikola Tesla regarding electricity, radio and wireless transmission.

NIKOLA TESLA (10 July 1856 – 7 January 1943) was a Serbian-American inventor, electrical engineer, mechanical engineer, physicist, and futurist best known for his contributions to the design of the modern alternating current electrical supply system. He was also dubbed as 'mad scientist' during his time due to his miraculous inventions, from condenser to capacitor, bladeless turbine, coaxial coils and a lot more, He was more concentrated on magnetic field, the ambient and radiant energy that can prove of a free energy that we can use without the worry of electric bill every month.

Amazing Electricity! Really?

Still, many are adamant about the fuzz or buzz on this coffee thing as electricity reducer. It may sound like a scam because the coffee that I've used was dealt upon by a business enthusiast who used to frequent product demonstration at the World Trade Center. I am not promoting the coffee, per se, but the benefits or comfort that it will give, a lower electric billing. Unlike before, you'll wish that you'll install a solar power system, even wind power system in order to cut off a high monthly bill on electricity. If you cannot pay in full for the installation of sun or wind power, then you can settle with this coffee thing. The proof will always depend on your decision to try this procedure, whether you're already fed up with me or out of curiosity.

Energy Bills - 5 Tips to Reduce Your Utility Bills in Any Season

If the Government is ever to meet its legally-binding target for 12 per cent of the UK’s heat to come from low-carbon or renewable sources, district heating will play an integral role. Yet district heating currently represents a minuscule fraction of the UK energy sector, with only 210,000 homes and 1,700 businesses currently connected. This stands in stark contrast to other countries like Sweden, Denmark, Germany and South Korea where a far higher proportion of people receive their heat via such networks.

If operated effectively, there is no doubt district heating schemes can be more efficient, lower cost and emit less carbon dioxide than gas or other alternative heating models. However, there is a real risk that the environmental benefits of district heating are being obscured by a very real perception among consumers that they do not offer a fair deal.

At least six district heating schemes currently operate in my constituency of Greenwich and Woolwich at New Capital Quay, The Movement, Greenwich Square in East Greenwich, Greenwich Millennium Village (GMV) on the Peninsula, Woolwich Central on Love Lane and Royal Arsenal Riverside in Woolwich. A fifth is to follow at Enderby Wharf in East Greenwich. Over the past five months I have amassed a bulky file of correspondence from constituents who are served by these networks and who believe that they are being unfairly charged and that there is a lack of transparency about what is covered in their bills.

The UK district heating market is still in its infancy and so low levels of consumer confidence might be expected. What exacerbates the low levels of consumer confidence in this area is the absence of consumer choice. If district heating customers enjoyed the same freedom of choice that others on the grid do they could respond to concerns over pricing and transparency by switching supplier. Instead, they are locked to monopolies from which there is no escape.

The current state of affairs cries out for effective statutory regulation. The most recent consultation on district heating regulation occurred in 2014 and little appears to have moved on since the Government’s initial decision not to regulate the market on the basis that it would drive investment in the sector by avoiding red tape.

District heating suppliers have sought to build trust and confidence in the market by establishing the Heat Trust, an initiative sponsored by the Association for Decentralised Energy (ADE). Given the levels of consumer mistrust that now exist this industry-led approach can only ever be an interim solution. First, the voluntary nature of the Trust does not guarantee universal coverage for all district heating consumers. Second, it will do little to reassure customers that the market operates on the basis of fair and consistent pricing, particularly when one considers that the Heat Trust’s pricing formula is benchmarked to gas networks that utilise very different technologies. Third, it is not an adequate substitute for the redress provided by a sector Ombudsman.

If we are to effectively protect district heat customers and build confidence in a market where future success is crucial to the UK meeting its legally binding targets on low-carbon heat, the Government needs to look seriously at introducing effective regulation of the industry, and quickly.


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