A woman has halved her energy bill by implementing a series of clever hacks, including cooking on a camper stove.
When Kerry Collinson, 51, witnessed her gas and electric bills soar, she decided to venture outside the box to ruthlessly cut down.
Since switching her habits, Kerry only pays £10 a month after the £60 government grant.
The commercial cleaner from Crewkerne in Somerset has not turned on her central heating since February and says she only spends £1.20 a week cooking after swapping out her induction hob for a camping stove.
Despite the cutbacks, Kerry says her "quality of life is just as good", but she's "saving a fortune".
She said: "I don't want to cut back on the nice things I've worked hard for my whole life so greedy energy firms can put it in their pockets.
"I'm very happy, I've still got what I need, and I haven't had to give up the things I love to do, like going out for dinner or Netflix.
"I've more than halved my energy bill, even before the price rise. We never put the central heating on, we got a log burner instead, and we use electric blankets when we're cold.
"We never turn on the oven, and we stopped using the induction hob because I could see the smart metre literally spin every time I used it.
"So now I have two camping stoves and use an air fryer or a microwave for cooking - it costs me £1.20 for the whole week, whereas before, it would cost 70p per meal."