This is taken from a book by Cabbages and Roses. It’s not all the tips but quite a lot of them.
* Rise with the lark to make the best of the natural light
*Clean the windows and get used to using natural light instead of electricity
* Wear more clothes when it is cold rather than putting the heating on
* Interline curtains for extra draught proofing. Sew old blankets between curtain fabric and lining.
* Place a brick or filled litre bottle of water in the cistern. This will save at least one litre of water every time you flush
* Brush your teeth with the tap off. Only turn on when necessary
* There is no need to rinse dishes before putting them in the dishwasher, just scrap the food into the food bin
* Run the dishwasher and washing machine at full loads as much as possible
* Defrost your freezer regularly
* Avoid empty spaces in the freezer. If possible fill bags with ice to fill the gaps up.
* Switch off any lights and use lamps with energy saving bulbs in where possible
* Install a timer on your lights if you go away so you don’t have to leave lights on to deter burglars
* Unplug chargers when they have finished doing their job. They are not energy efficient if you don’t
* Switch off appliances when not in use. TV, DVD’s. Even washing machines and dishwashers and tumble dryers should be switched off at the wall plugs when not in use
* Boil only as much water as you need. I have a whistling kettle that goes on the hob and you can have less water in the bottom
* When cooking with boiling water use the kettle to boil it first as its quicker so saves more energy
* Chop vegetables smaller so they cook quicker
These are just few tips.