The devices can be borrowed for up to two weeks, as part of a scheme which aims to make people more energy conscious.
"We often don't realise just how much energy household appliances use and how much they can cost us over the course of a year," said Councillor Amanda Byrne.
"By offering the energy monitors for free to Calderdale households, we hope to help people take simple steps to reduce their energy bills," she added.
It claims that consumers paid £125 million too much for their electricity in the last financial year.
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