A new TV advert urging Britons to turn down their boilers and close their curtains to help save energy has been launched by the Government.
The advert is part of Whitehall’s £18 million ‘It All Adds Up’ public information campaign, launched earlier this month in response to the nation’s energy crisis.
The 30-second advert is due to be screened from Tuesday on , , and Kombi Servisi other television stations.
In it, it tells the public: ‘This is a 30-second ad.That’s not long, but it is long enough to do something that could save you money on your energy bills. If you have any questions about exactly where and how to use kombi servisi, you can call us at our web-page. ‘
The new TV advert by the Government calls on people to reduce their boiler flow to 60 degrees celcius (pictured)
The advert is part of an £18 million public information campaign by the Government, Kombi Servisi launched last week, amid soaring energy bills
Other advice in the £18 million campaign calls on the public to:
- Drop the temperature a boiler heats water to before it is sent to radiators from 75 degrees celcius to 60 degrees celcius – in a move that could save households £100 a year
- Switching off appliances at the plug that are not being used, Kombi Servisi to save £70 a year
- Draught proofing windows and doors to reduce heat loss and save £60 a year
The news comes amid warnings that .
Chancellor – as he warned the public must ‘change their behaviour’ and learn how to use less gas and electricity at home instead.
Speaking ahead of the news TV advert, Business and Energy Minister Lord Callanan added: kombi servisi ‘The Government’s It All Adds Up energy saving campaign is already getting important information out to millions of households across the country, showing them simple, low and no-cost tips to cut their energy use and bills this winter.
‘Simple steps can make a big difference to cutting bills, while keeping homes warm and safe, and by launching this new TV advert, even more people will be aware and the savings will keep adding up for UK households.’
Last week Energy Secretary launched his own video on Twitter calling on Brits to do small things to help cut back on their energy usage.