How to use this guide

This guide will show you how to get your energy plan and the right voltages on your home electricity supply to work in the most efficient way.

If you’re planning to upgrade to a new home, this guide will help you understand what’s needed to make that happen.

Here are some of the key points: 1.

Your energy plan needs to be written down so you can access it at any time.

Your energy plan is the set of energy consumption plans you use to balance your energy needs with your energy production.

The energy plan will help your utility, your local council, and your local community understand how much energy is needed for the right time and place.

You’ll also need a plan that reflects what you’re doing when you switch on your electricity supply.

It should have a section on your bills, your energy consumption, how much you’re saving by switching on the energy supply and how much more you’re spending by not switching on your supply. 


Your utility needs to know what kind of electricity you use.

There are a number of different types of electricity.

Some are electric, some are gas, and some are both.

Some types of energy will only be supplied by the electric system you’re using.

When your energy supply is switched on, it’s called an electricity generation switch.

That means your energy system uses electricity from one power source to power other systems, such as a home’s heating or cooling.

For instance, your heating and cooling system uses the electricity generated by a solar panel on your roof to heat and cool your home.


Your electricity supply needs to have a plan.

A plan is a way of describing what you need to do to make sure you’re getting the right amount of electricity from your electricity system at the right times and places.

Energy plans should include information about what’s going on in your home, including the number of people in your household, the energy demand you’re meeting and the types of appliances you use, the types and number of hours you use each day, and the hours of daylight you use when you’re awake.

These will help the utility know how much power your system needs to provide at any given time.


The utility needs a list of all the appliances it uses.

An appliance is a piece of equipment that powers your home and can be a refrigerator, a dishwasher, a washing machine, or a dryer.

In order to have energy plans, your electricity supplier needs to give you a list.

They should also give you information about how long they use your appliances, how many hours each day they use them and the type of electricity they produce.

This information will help them know what to expect from your appliances when they’re switched on and what to do when they go off.


Your home utility needs you to sign a contract with them.

By signing a contract, you agree to provide your utility with energy that meets their standards.

Gas, electricity and natural gas appliances are the most common appliances to use in homes and are covered by your electricity plan. 

Electric appliances, on the other hand, are usually not covered by the same contract. 


You’ll need to set a daily limit for your appliances.

Set a daily energy use limit for the appliances you have in your house.

At a minimum, you’ll need at least a 30-minute window each day to turn off your appliances to cut back on your energy use.

If your appliances use more energy than this, you should consider cutting back on what you use on your time off.


Your household will need a contract.

Sign a contract so that your household will be covered by this energy plan when switching on and off your electricity.


You need to pay your electricity bills and make sure your appliances are on your electric supply plan.

Your electricity provider must give you details about how much they’re paying for electricity from the electricity you have, and what’s the cost per kilowatt hour (kWh). 


Your bill will show your energy costs.

Every household is different, so it’s important to get a bill from your local utility that shows how much your household is paying for energy from your home’s electricity supply plan, including your appliances and the amount they’re using to generate electricity.

If your bill shows your household has a higher energy bill, they might be getting more electricity from a different source. 

You should also make sure the utility you’re signing with has a copy of your bill.


You can turn off appliances that don’t meet your energy savings target.

If you want to save money on your appliances you can turn them off and then buy new ones.

You can do this at the point where the electricity supply is turned off and you’re told your electricity