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Hydro output is currently exceeding club consumption
Your prices for power
Hydro
Night 8pm - 7am: 5.8 p/kWh
Day 7am - 4pm: 10.4 p/kWh
Evening 4pm - 8pm: 12.7 p/kWh
Import
Night 8pm - 7am: 10.5 p/kWh
Day 7am - 4pm: 18.9 p/kWh
Evening 4pm - 8pm: 23.1 p/kWh
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Your Score and Savings
On the you scored:
100/100



This means that % of your electricity came from local or low-cost power


In total you used kWh, costing:


£0.00

Compared with 15.2p/kWh reference price, you saved


Your usage over time
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Head to the tips section or get in touch with your Energy Local club to see how you can shift more of your use to cheaper times.
Club score and savings
On the we scored:
50/100




Together we've kept

£00.00

in the local area by using your local resource hydro power!
Club breakdown
How much of the electricity the club used, came from the hydro.

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The bigger the percentage of hydro, the more money stays in the local club.
Tips

DISHWASHER

The time you run your dishwasher can be moved to avoid morning and evening peaks and take advantage of hydro power and the cheaper prices in the daytime (11am - 4pm) and overnight (8pm - 6am).

LED LIGHTS

LED lights can cut your lighting costs by up to 90%. There’s more information on our website and in the info pack on installing them in your house.

COOKING

Putting a lid on your pan when you're cooking traps the heat inside so you don’t need to have the hob on as high. A simple and effective way to use less electricity.

SLOW COOKING

Slow cookers are very energy efficient, make tasty dinners and help you avoid using electricity during the evening peak (4 - 8pm) when you might otherwise be using an electric oven.

WASHING MACHINE

The time you run your washing machine can be moved to avoid morning and evening peaks and take advantage of hydro power and the cheaper prices in the daytime (11am - 4pm) and overnight (8pm - 6am).

FRIDGES & FREEZERS

Try to minimise how often and how long you need to open the doors. Wait for cooked food to cool before putting it in the fridge. Older fridges and freezers can be very inefficient and costly to run.

LIGHTS

Switching off lights and appliances when not in use is a simple and effective way to use less electricity. You can make a special effort to do this during the morning and evening peaks.
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