- Dec 14, 2011
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- Shapleigh, Maine
Thanks for that info. I will check out the web site. Until then, we will just all try and be extra careful. Thanks again!VO4HOME said:This is a question many people often wonder, and although some appliances use energy when plugged in but not in use, the majority do not. Take a look at the dbskeptic website where you will find a break down of what appliances use what electricity.
Denim Deb- Your bill is really good. To increase it further however have you thought about investing an energy saving technology? There are now some great products on the market that will guarantee energy savings, perhaps the most popular one being PV solar panels, though these can be somewhat expensive if purchased privately. Another cost effective way to tackle electricity consumption and also reduce your carbon emissions is through voltage optimisation. A unique device that lowers the incoming voltage to your property to more accordingly match the electrical start up of your appliances. Is this something youve heard of before?