There are a variety of options open to consumers who wish to reduce their domestic energy bills and help the environment at the same time.
The Energy Saving Trust's Energy Saving Week is taking place this week and offers individuals advice on how to go about reducing their energy consumption.
According to Wales Online, the Energy Saving Trust has claimed that switching to an aerated shower head can help families to reduce the amount of water used, which in turn can help to reduce gas bills as less water needs to be heated.
A four-person family could save more than £50 over the course of a year simply by making such a change, the organisation believes, noting that more could be saved if a water meter is in use as well.
Consumers can also save money on their bills by searching for the cheapest domestic energy supplier and switching tariffs to the one most suitable for their individual usage patterns.
If you want to find out more about switching energy suppliers and how you could save up to £468 in minutes, click here.