21 tips: no-cost ways to save electricity.!!🤔🤔
21 small changes can add up to big savings on your bills
The best way to start saving on your electricity costs is to get smart with how you use electricity. Make these 21 no-cost changes in your home and you could save $500 or more a year, depending on a number of factors including the size of your home.
Now's the time to also join Team Power Smart and start a Reduction Challenge. If you can deliver on most of the 21 changes below, you could reduce your electricity use by 10% over the year and earn a $50 reward.
Two 100-watt incandescent bulbs switched off an extra two hours per day could save you $15 over a year. Better yet, switch to LED.
A single south-facing window can illuminate 20 to 100 times its area. Turning off one 60-watt bulb for four hours a day is a $9 saving over a year.
Turn off ceiling lights and use table lamps, track lighting and under-counter lights in work and hobby areas as well as in kitchens.
Hot water is expensive. If two people in your home cut their shower time by a minute each, you could save $30 over a year.
Reduce your hot water usage by 5% to save about $19.
Fixing a hot water leak in your faucet can save up to $9 per year in energy costs. Learn how to fix that leak.
Standby power can account for 10% of an average household's annual electricity use. Unplug unused electronics and save $50 a year.