4 Easy Hacks to ConserveEnergy Everday!
With global warming on a high alert and increasing population, energy consumption is has shot up which is pressuring earth’s resources and stating a threat to our environment. So on the World Energy Conservation Day, we want to share some quick and easy ways which you can incorporate in your daily life to save energy.
Use LEDs instead of CFLs:
By using LED bulbs instead of regular CFL bulbs you will be able to save more energy. LED Bulbs consume 75% less energy than CFL normal lamps. Also, their longevity is 25% more than other lamps, so the wastage you will be making would be less too.
Turn off your power strip that your electronics are connected to
Most of your electronics, even when turned off, are consuming energy. These “vampire devices” keep sucking a bit of electricity so that their response time is quicker when turned on. By turning off the main power strip you will cut off all electricity to your electronics so they don’t use additional electricity.
Pack your freezer more tightly
When you open your freezer, cold air gushes and while you shuffle through your freezer to find what you need it’s loosing all that cool air. So, when you close the freezer, it will have to produce cold air again and that consumes a lot of energy. A way to prevent this is to pack your freezer full of stuff. You can do things like bags of ice or even newspaper if you have it laying around. When your freezer is packed, it keeps cold air intact and your freezer will not consume extra energy.
Air dry your clothes
By air drying your clothes, you’re essentially saving on a lot of energy consumed by Dryers which come along in your washing machines. Dryers use a lot of energy due to their heating element and the drum mechanism pulls in loads of electricity too!
Try air drying clothes whenever possible it will also help you save energy and will also cut down your electricity bill!
So now that we have listed all these hacks its time for you to implement them and bring about a change this World Energy Conservation Day!