People who want to reduce the amount of cheap gas they use should compare energy efficiency measures to see what they can improve around their home.
More than 60 households in Nottingham managed to save money on their energy bills when they took part in a pilot scheme run by E.ON and Action for Children.
The project helped those using a children's centre in the city to pick up energy efficiency tips to reduce their heating bills in the home.
Suzanne Doxey, community relations manager at the energy supplier, commented: "We're delighted that we've been able to help so many Nottingham families get 'energy fit' through our Energy Counts project with Action for Children.
"Helping people learn how to save money on their energy bills without scrimping on comfort is so important, and our partnership with Action for Children has allowed us to help so many more," she added.
Meanwhile, E.ON's managing director, Graham Bartlett, has warned that energy bills could double in the next ten years.
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