Green Energy Savings : Save Your Money

Summer. It’s one of the most beautiful times of the year. It’s pretty, bright, and everyone just seems happier when it’s the summer. However, there are a few downsides. One would be sunburn (ouch!) and the other would be your electricity bill. In this heat, it can be deadly to not try and cool down your home. You can do so with fans or air conditioners or a mix of both. You could use the fans, facing in the opposite direction of the air conditioner, to pull the cool air from one room into another to cool down your whole house, if necessary. But the fact of the matter is, staying cool can mean quite a large utility bill. It doesn’t matter if you have a dinky little apartment or a quite sizable house.

However, you can save and be good to the earth too. It’s not nearly as hard as you might think. Here are a few ways that you, average Joe or extraordinary Moe can enjoy green energy savings:

When it comes to green energy savings, the first thing that might come to mind is a tiny little car that can only go thirty four miles per hour. But it isn’t quite like that…

There are also plenty of ways that you can save on your electric bills. One is to unplug all unused appliances in the house and to turn off your A/C and leave your windows open. (If you do this, it is recommended you use a window screen so that you don’t end up with millions of bugs inside your house.) However, there are other options that will lead to less bugs and also to more green energy savings. You won’t even have to turn anything off!

There is a certain type of system that not only reduces your energy usage, but also saves you on your electric bill. Not to mention that the small amount of waste from the system is bio safe and you’re able to dispose of it without affecting the environment.

However, there are a few things that you need to know about these systems.

For one, they work with both single and three phase appliances. This means that pretty much everything from your toaster to your computer to your washer can be more energy efficient. There are two sizes to choose from, both of which are relatively small.

This system also prevents a power surges that can potentially damage your appliances, up to certain amperages. Now, keep in mind that if you have a power surge that exceeds that amperage, you will have some issues. On the other hand, being protected at least partially is better than having ten different surge protectors.

You’re most likely wondering how exactly this system works…well, it’s easy! Pretty much, it saves all of the extra electricity and stores it. Then, instead of having to pull electricity from your company (so to speak), you simply pull it from that little box and voila! The lost electricity is lost no more and neither are your green energy savings!