11 Tips to Save Electricity

11 Tips to Save Electricity

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There are plenty of ways to save electricity in your household. Conserving electricity helps you in identifying energy wastages and aids you in maintaining an overall eco-conscious household. Using a smart and efficient procedure to manage your electricity consumption can benefit you and your surrounding nature equally. 

The energy of any form can be quite costly, especially electrical energy. Thus the more energy you save, the lesser your electricity bills will be. The electricity we consume has a mass impact on the environment. Accordingly, the higher the electricity conservation, the lesser the toxins released to the atmosphere by electricity-generating power plants. There are many measures one could take to conserve electricity usage in their household. We have listed some of the most effective and efficient energy-saving tips and methods just for you.


1. Convert to Energy Efficient Bulbs and Appliances

Shifting to energy-efficient light bulbs like LED and Compact Fluorescent Lights will massively decrease electricity consumption in your household. 

Invest yourself in buying energy-saving appliances with the energy star ratings and logo. These newer appliances will help you in conserving more energy than the older ones.


2. Save Energy Through Air Conditioners

Air conditioners are one of the most energy-consuming appliances in your household. Be mindful to switch off your Air conditioners whenever it is not needed and keep an eye for open windows and doors while the air conditioner is up and running. You can also adjust your air conditioner’s thermostat behavior according to the seasons. You will be able to potentially cut down your electricity consumption by reducing the heat of the thermostat during winter. 


3. Use Programmable Thermostats

A much smarter way to save electrical energy would be to use a programmable thermostat that can be set to automatically adjust the heating and cooling effects per the environment.


4. Limit the Times You Open the Fridge

To save electricity at home, refrain from opening the refrigerator unnecessarily from time to time. Be mindful to properly close the refrigerator door every time you open it.


5. Do Full Load Laundry and Dishes 

One of the simplest ways to save energy at home is to wait for a full load of dishes or laundry before running the everyday appliances like dishwashers and washing machines.


6. Air Dry Everything

Air dry your dishes and laundry with the sun’s heat rather than using the appliances drying feature to dry them for you.


7. Unplug Unused Devices

Switch off and unplug all the unused appliances and electronics at your household


8. Daylight Energy Saving

Switch off your lights, open up the blinds and let the warm rays of natural light flood into your house in the daytime. 


9. Tips on Water Heater’s Thermostat

In summer the water heater device’s thermostat is best set to 60 degrees whilst in winter 77 degrees celsius would do. Be mindful to turn it off when not in use. 


10. Make Use of Microwaves

Use microwaves to heat your food and leftovers since they tend to use less energy than conventional ovens.


11. A Regular Check-up On Appliances

Do regular maintenance check-up and fix any defects on all the electronic appliances in your household such as washing machine, refrigerator, and dishwasher 

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