In a month of record low temperatures and the latest Which? Report finding 87% of customers are not satisfied with their energy provider LightwaveRF’s Energy Monitor gives consumers back control.

The Which report finds consumers are having to put up with below average customer service and are paying too much for their energy. This is because the Big Six energy firms (British Gas, EDF, Eon, Npower, Scottish Power and SSE) all languish behind the leading smaller companies that are offering cheaper tariffs and are keeping their customers happy. For just £26.99 LightwaveRF’s Energy Monitor gives accurate readings in real time so you can make an instant change, monitor and resolve faulty products and ultimately reduce your energy bills.

Home or away with the LightwaveRF free smartphone and tablet App you are always in complete control. Every dimmer, socket, radiator valve, relay and sensor connects to the LightwaveRF App via the LightwaveRF Link. Control your lighting, power and heating from anywhere with your smart device or computer. You can set heating routines so you can come home to a warm house in the winter and set your lights to come on when you are away from the home to deter intruders. Priced £79.99 this smart gateway box simply plugs into your existing Wi-Fi broadband router. See our helpful how to video for more  information here


With the comprehensive selection of home solutions from LightwaveRF you are spoilt for choice.  You can add to your set up with new modules at any time. From illuminating lighting and heating ideas through to cost saving energy saving solutions for more information visit

Inline with this report I am pleased to say I have been asked to review the LightwaveRF product line and will have a report in due course. Looking forward to reducing some bills while using cutting edge tech, happy days indeed

LightwaveRF Energy Monitor is rated five stars by customers at

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The Working Dad is a regular guy called Darren, Working as a senior manager for a leading NGO I have two kids and happily married. This is my blog about the life and times of being a dad today..
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