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Powergen - Gold energy saving pack - £56
Powergen - Gold energy saving pack  - £56

Powergen - Gold energy saving pack - £56

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I found an Electrisave meter on ebay for £40+P&P, the cheapest I could find for a new one and they are £60 from Powergen, but in this pack you also get the following:-

2 x Philips 11w Genie
These low energy bulbs are the equivalent of a 60W normal bulb, which can save you up to £6 a year compared to standard bulbs. They last on average six years, meaning you could save money for longer than you might think.
Bayonet fitting*. 60W equivalent.
Lifetime: 6,000 hours.
Size: 116mm x 44mm

2 x Philips 18 w Genie
These low energy bulbs are the equivalent of a 100W normal bulb, which can save you up to £11 a year compared to standard bulbs. They last on average six years, meaning you could save money for longer than you might think.
Bayonet fitting*. 100W equivalent.
Lifetime: 6,000 hours.
Size: 134mm x 48mm

5 x 35w Halogen Dichroic Energy
These low energy halogens are the equivalent of a 50W normal halogen, which can save you up to £2 a year. They have a GU 5.3 12 volt transformer fitting and an average lifetime of 5 years. 50W equivalent.
Halogen bulb.
Lifetime: 5,000 hours

PowerDown
This clever computer multi plug will save you money and hassle, automatically switching off any equipment linked to your computer, such as your printer, scanner or speakers, when you shut down. PowerDown also helps to protect your sensitive computer equipment from the hazards of voltage spikes and power surges.
PowerDown is only suitable for desktop computers.
A laptop compatible version will be available later this year.

Electrisave
Electrisave allows you to see how much electricity you are using in real time - helping you to cut back on the energy you use and save money on your electricity bills.

6 Comments

Plenty of local councils give the normal ESbulbs away, and most people have the bulbs anyway. I'd buy this if it didn't include the bulbs, which are excess to most peoples needs. All i'd need is the other stuff, which you can't get without getting a load of unneeded halogen bulbs :-(

Powergen came round a couple of months ago and fitted us one of those meters for free. We had a letter in the post telling us about it, not sure if they just selected a few people to trial it or something.

aScottishBloke

How does this compare ?http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/6550361.stm



but we're still dependant on our energy suppliers if we want a smart meter, the Govt haven't introduced any schemes for households to get these free yet.

Hey there,

Why be so hard on the person who posted this ? :oops: = it is a very good bargain compared with other sites and it is extremely good that this has been posted as it also shows a wide awareness of green issues. Well done to the poster for listing this- I have been looking for a cheaper one for ages . Let's be more encouraging to those who are concerned about our planet. :-D It seems from the forecasts that we need to start acting now, rather than when the gov. decides to fund free environmentally friendly devices. Voted hot!

B&Q had the energy meters for £29.99 the other day
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