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How can I save power and how much will I save by doing so?

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How can I save power and how much will I save by doing so?

  • Turn off your second fridge and save up to $200 a year
  • Turn off standby power and save up $150 a year
  • Replacing your old incandescent lights with CFLs could save you up to $165 a year
  • Replacing 10 downlights with 10 LED lights could save you up to $150 a year
  • Adjusting your storage hot water system from 80 degrees to 60 degrees could save you up to $70 a year
  • During summer and warm weather, try not to use your clothes dryer and save up to $95 a year
  • Washing your clothes in cold water could save up to $40 a year
  • Reducing washing machine and dishwasher loads by one each week, and only washing will full loads could save you up to $50 a year
  • Two family members reducing their shower time from 8 minutes to 4 minutes could save up to $170 a year
  • Make sure you don’t use your pool pump longer than is recommended in the operation manual. When you do use your pool pump, try to avoid the peak electricity use period of 4pm to 8pm