Energy Rate Saving in the Way You Need

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A small intervention, but a big effect. By putting your CV a degree less you save a lot of heat. Good for the environment, and for your wallet. With one degree less you can quickly save 6 percent on your energy bill. With a nice comfortable winter sweater, you can even lower that CV a bit. You can Click Here for the best option for the same.

Standby slurps on

Do you sometimes forget to take your devices out of standby mode? In that position, they still just slurp electricity, while you do nothing with it. There is also the risk of overvoltage or fire. Done with your device? Then just turn it off. A so-called standby killer can help you with this. This small device detects that your TV is on standby and switches it off automatically after a while.

Wash more sustainably

We all need to do the dishes. And old-fashioned with the brush and tea towel is simply best for the environment. Especially if you don’t always run the tap in between. But then who else does that if there are such twisted handy machines that can do that work for you? Yet you can wash as sustainably as possible to save water and energy. For example, do not rinse everything in advance, but do scrape off the largest leftovers from your plate. Set the machine to the lowest temperature. That is warm enough for most dishes and only runs your machine when it is completely full. Let your machine run at night, that is the least burden on the electricity network. And if you have night power, it is also cheaper.

It could be a little lower

Washing at 60 degrees costs you almost twice as much energy as washing at 40 degrees. Today detergents work really well at lower temperatures. If you still worry about hygiene, wash your dishes and towels separately at warm temperatures and everything else at 30 degrees. In this way, an average household saves just a few tens per year and 40 kg of CO2 emissions. And that equates to about 250 kilometers by car.

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Long live the air!

And of course, you have to dry your laundry afterward. The dryer is one of the largest energy guzzlers in the house. On average, a drying cycle costs about one euro at a time. So just hang old-fashioned, or perhaps very modern, you were on the phone outside. Saves loads of energy and money. Does it rain? Hang it inside on a rack, which also saves ironing. Not convinced or no room for a clothes rack? Then choose an energy-efficient dryer. More and more environmentally friendly variants are available. Please pay close attention to the energy label.

Light on, light off

Why do upstairs lights need to be on when everyone is downstairs? Turn the lights off when you leave. It is a habit that is easy to learn. Start with it. You will see, good example follows. The new light is nice and dark.

Measuring is knowing!

Does it all make sense to save energy? We think so. You can also see for yourself. Place a smart energy meter between the plug and the socket. This allows you to measure your energy consumption yourself and discover where you can save even more.