Save around $120 per year when you switch off the towel rail once they're dry (and it won't cost a cent to switch off).
Switching off the beer fridge could save you up to $200 per year (and it's free to do).
Wash your clothes in cold water rather than warm water and you could save around $65 per year (free to do).
Wrap your hot water cylinder and pipes and save around $80 each year on older cylinders (a blanket costs around $70).
Dry clothes on the line instead of the dryer and save around $200 per year (costs nothing to do).
If your shower fills a 10 litre bucket in less than a minute, save around $150 or more a year when you fit a shower flow restrictor or change to an efficient showerhead (cost varies).
Change to energy efficient LEDs and save $100 or more a year on electricity in your house.
Turn off appliances left on standby and save up to $100 a year (costs nothing to do).
For more ways to save visit www.energywise.govt.nz
*Approximate savings per year. Source: www.energywise.govt.nz