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PPI Refunds: Consumers 'afraid to switch lights on'

People who have had a successful payment protection claim may have the spare finances to avoid resorting to extreme methods of saving money on their energy bills this winter.

Bill payers are worried about the cost of gas and electricity and are rationing their usage, according to new research from

The figures revealed 72 per cent are trying to save as much money as possible and households in the UK are eating by candle light, sharing bath water and wearing extra layers.

Money from a successful PPI claim could be used to install many more sustainable changes around the home.

A new boiler could save up to £300 a year, loft insulation a further £145 and energy efficient light bulbs could yield a £3 saving each said.

Audrey Gallacher, Consumer Focus' director of energy, said the latest fuel price increase had left nine million people in the UK living in fuel poverty.

Amir Hussain

Amir specialises in personal loans, consumer debt and debt management. ADNFCR-2776-ID-800774399-ADNFCR

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