Tips and advice to help you survive moving house with kids, including planning, packing and helping them (and you) cope
Solar panels provide renewable clean energy. They could be a good option for daytime energy users.
Heat Pumps can be a very cost effective heating option compared to other electric heaters. Choose the right model for your space & use it correctly and you could save on your winter energy bill.
Keep yourself warm at home this winter with soft furnishings using our tips.
Energy bills increase during winter as households use more power for heating. Here are some tips for keeping those costs under control.
Learning how to read your power meter is a simple and effective way to be aware of your electricity usage and help manage your money on your monthly bill.
With winter here, it’s a good time to look for ways to make our homes more energy efficient. Here are some ideas on how to save energy.
Smart homes have an ecosystem of appliances and systems that communicate via WiFi or Bluetooth. This is also called the internet of things (IoT).
Are you retired and looking for ways to reduce your energy consumption? We can help you save power with our seven quick energy saving tips.
We use electricity at home for almost everything we do every single day of our lives. Here are our top 10 tips to make your home energy-safe.
In New Zealand, we tend to rely on two types of gas for our household energy needs: natural gas and liquid petroleum gas (LPG).
You’ve decided to downsize, now it’s time to move. Here’s a roundup of 16 things that could help save energy in your new home.
If you’re looking to downsize your home, then you need to make sure that with all the effort – it’s actually costing you less in energy.
The energy industry, like every industry, is facing an exciting, rapidly evolving environment across multiple fronts. Some changes we can see, others not so clear, but all will put pressure on...
Here are 16 things that you need to think about when you are making a move to save money and power.
The cost of living in Auckland and other New Zealand cities is rising. So, if you’re sharing a home, make sure you are only paying your fair share of the power bill.
Using natural gas is a safe and economical option for cooking and heating your water and home. Would you know what to do if you smelled gas in your home?