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Save Money by Reducing the Amount of Energy You Waste

Created on 11 October 2011. Posted in Energy Efficiency

... to reduce the amount of energy you waste. There a number of simple ways in which you can reduce the amount of energy you waste. One way is to reduce the temperature on your thermostat by 1°C. According ...

Top Ten Energy Saving Tips and Ideas

Created on 11 October 2011. Posted in Energy Efficiency

... osed skin from drafts, you'll still feel comfortable at lower temperatures. Then, by lowering your thermostat by 5 to 10 degrees, you can save from 10% to 20% more energy. During the summer, dress l ...

Top 10 Energy Saving Tips To Cut Your Fuel Bills

Created on 10 October 2011. Posted in Energy Efficiency

... t your local centre on 0800 512012. 4. Save money on heating... Simply turning your thermostat down by 1°C could cut your heating bills by up to 10%. Heating water for bathing and washing is anoth ...

The Best Way to Save Energy and Save Money!

Created on 09 October 2011. Posted in Energy Efficiency

Have you ever wondered why your energy bills never seem to go down? You buy the latest energy saving product, like compact fluorescent bulbs, or turn down your thermostat like every energy saving tip ...

Conserving Energy And Saving Money

Created on 26 September 2011. Posted in Conserve Energy Articles

...  Set your home thermostat as low as comfortable (65 to 68 degrees F is suggested) when the house is occupied. Set back the thermostat by as much as 10 F at night or when the house is unoccupied durin ...

Ten Tips That Can Help You Conserve Energy Around Your House

Created on 26 September 2011. Posted in Conserve Energy Articles

... it is advised to turn the thermostat down, perhaps just a few degrees. By doing so, you could save around $30 each month on your bill. During the summertime, you should try to set your thermostat to 75-80 ...

How to Conserve Energy Throughout Your Home

Created on 26 September 2011. Posted in Conserve Energy Articles

...  During the winter months, reduce the thermostat in your home to a comfortable temperature between 68 and 70 degrees. When you go to sleep, lower your thermostat by about 5-10 degrees. In doing so, you' ...

Save Money While Conserving Energy

Created on 26 September 2011. Posted in Conserve Energy Articles

... r stripping, and an inexpensive tube of caulking. The sealing helps prevent cold drafts from entering your home through the windows and doors, conserving the energy used for cooling and heating. Thermost ...

Conserve Energy: Save Money on Electricity

Created on 26 September 2011. Posted in Conserve Energy Articles

... u lower down your thermostat every winter? How about keeping your air conditioner set to high if the night is cool? These are just simple ways that you may consider to save money on electricity when usi ...

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