Electricity Saving Tips For Homes And Offices

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Ceiling Fans can reduce Air Conditioner load

By on September 5, 2017
Ceiling Fans can reduce Air Conditioner load
It’s a common belief that ceiling fans should not be used along with Air Conditioners. The reasoning given is that ceiling fans push the hot air down thus increasing the load on the air conditioners. Which to a certain extent is not wrong but what people forget is that the ceiling fans can create a breeze that makes people in the room feel cooler and more comfortable. With a ceiling fan running, you can raise the thermostat of the Air Conditioner by 2 to 4 degrees

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Water Heater: Choose the right one for your needs

By on April 22, 2016
Water Heater: Choose the right one for your needs
Water heating is a big component of electricity bill at homes and offices especially in winter season. Heating, like cooling requires a lot of electricity, and there by special care should be taken while selecting a water heater. Multiple types of water heaters are available in the market and the choice depends on the application. Types of water heaters that are available are: Instant water heaters (electric and gas) and storage water heaters (electric, gas and solar).

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Laptop and Desktop energy comparison

By on April 22, 2016
Laptop and Desktop energy comparison
While there are many factors like price, portability, space and ease of upgrade that are considered while making a decision to buy a laptop, tablet or a desktop, electricity consumption is rarely considered as a factor. Most people use laptop, tablet or desktop without knowing how much power it consumes. Although there can be various other factors that can be important for someone buying a machine, but if electricity consumption is considered, laptops and tablets

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Energy Efficient Lights – use CFLs, T5s and LEDs

By on April 26, 2018
Energy Efficient Lights – use CFLs, T5s and LEDs
Lighting consumption constitutes about 30% of residential consumption as per a study by Ministry of Environment and Forest in India. Its contribution in your electricity bill may vary from 10-20% depending on your total bill. Although it may not be a major contributor in the electricity bill, the energy efficient options are fairly simpler to implement and provide higher

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