Additional figures available
Savings figures for a two-bedroom flat with two occupants and for a detached house with five occupants are available on request.
Energy use of by house type
Energy Saving Trust’s figures for energy costs by house type are based on median energy consumption for gas and electricity from BEIS for England and Wales in 2019 – using a gas price of 7.37p/kWh and electricity price of 28.34p/kWh, including standing charges.
Saving figures are based on April 2022 price cap in Great Britain, using a gas price of 7.37p/kWh and electricity price of 28.34p/kWh. Water savings are based on estimated individual use. Solar savings assume an installed capacity of 4.2 kWp and no battery.
Energy Saving Trust will be updating all savings figures across its website to reflect April’s price cap from 1 April 2022.
 Based on the median energy consumption for gas and electricity from BEIS for England and Wales in 2019, using April 2022 gas price of 7.37p/kWh and electricity price of 28.34p/kWh including standing charges. Figures updated March 2022. Prepayment figure – Ofgem 3 February 2022 ofgem.gov.uk/publications/price-cap-increase-ps693-april
 Total rounded figures for each house type carrying out simple energy saving hacks for every household, including turning devices off standby mode, saving water in the bathroom and using washing machine and dishwasher. Savings figures for a two-bed flat are £150 – and £220 for a family living in a three-bed semi-detached house.