Save the smart way

My Energy gives you more insight and control of your energy than ever before.

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See it. Save it. Sorted.

Everything you need to
take control

My Energy cleverly taps into the heart of your home and uses data in real-time to help you save money. The less energy you use, the more you save and the better for the environment.

Personalised advice

From your home
to your phone

Keeping you updated

Every month you’ll receive your insights via email on how you’re using energy. From standby sappers, to white goods, you’ll see exactly where your energy is going.

Easy comparisons

Track your energy usage from one month to the next and see how you’re improving. Find out exactly when your energy usage is at its peak, allowing you to identify where you can reduce your energy and save money.

Personalised savings

Get personalised advice tailored to your individual household. We’ll give you simple tips based on your usage – so you’ll have the knowledge and tools to save energy and money.

Cost breakdown

Want to know exactly where your money is going? You’ll be able to see which of your household appliances are costing you the most (and least) in pounds and pence.

Set-up My Energy

How does it work?

To start saving with My Energy, you’ll need to connect your Smart Display to the internet. This way it’ll give you real-time energy updates and automatic software updates.

Step 1

Connect your Smart Display to your Wi-Fi
Connect your Smart Display to the internet. To view instructions on how to connect, view your User Guide or follow the steps in the FAQs below.

Step 2

Download My Utilita
This will unlock even more features available to you and give you real-time energy updates on the go.

Step 3

Complete the My Property form
Head over to the ‘Usage’ page on the My Utilita app to find the My Property form. Complete the form by providing details about your home.

Step 4

Start saving!
You’ve now got the power to see your energy usage in detail. Our clever tech breaks it down to pounds and pence so it’s even easier to understand.

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