"We would use less electric light and, because we would be using less electric light and less electricity, we would also be reducing peak demand on the grid," he explains.
Mr Vockings comments come in the wake of the second reading of the Daylight Saving Bill in the House of Commons.
If passed, he believes costs in a variety of areas could plummet – not least in terms of home fuel.
However, if it is not, methods such as a switch of energy supplier may be needed if individuals are to face smaller charges when it comes to power bills.
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