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I’m Adam Smith and I created this website to try to combat the issues caused by rising energy prices and climate change.

I have a background in electrical engineering and have studied sustainability strategies for many years. I use my knowledge and expertise to bring you practical advice that you can use to benefit your household expenditure and our planet.

Whether you’re concerned that you can no longer afford to heat your home to a comfortable level in the winter or are concerned about the impact of your energy use on the environment, I’m here to help.

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If you’d like to email me, my address is adam [at] ecoenergygeek.com



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