Christmas spending cuts to pay for energy bills

More than 50% of consumers will be wearing extra clothing indoors this Christmas to cut down energy bills, according to a recent research. Which? has reported that one in six […]

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By Priyanka Shrestha

More than 50% of consumers will be wearing extra clothing indoors this Christmas to cut down energy bills, according to a recent research.

Which? has reported that one in six people will limit their use of Christmas lights but only a few will think about finding a cheaper deal or switching their energy tariff.

Richard Lloyd, Executive Director of Which? said: “Rising energy bills are a huge worry for consumers, but with the current lack of trust in energy companies, it’s no surprise that many are choosing to cut back on heating rather than searching for a cheaper deal.”