Turn off Light Bulbs and replace with energy efficient ones.
Don’t turn lights on unnecessarily. Replace ordinary bulbs with economy bulbs, which tend to be more expensive than conventional bulbs, but save money at the end of the month. Paint the walls in light colors as they help to reflect more sunlight.
Pay attention to your cell phone and computer
Pay attention to the charging time of the phone and computer battery and always remove the charger from the socket when the device is fully charged. Turn off your computer monitor during work breaks, as the connected monitor is responsible for about 70% of the device’s power consumption.
Unplug electronic devices
Did you know that keeping devices on standby wastes energy? Reserve household appliances can represent 12% of household consumption.
Plan your Meals
If you know in advance what you want to eat, you will save a lot of electricity by defrosting food in the microwave.
Avoid opening and closing the refrigerator several times.
Organizing the purchase and storing all the food at once in the refrigerator saves a lot of electricity. Every time the refrigerator door is opened and closed, warm air enters and it takes a lot of energy to cool it down again.