Unplug before you sleep and let your energy bills take a snooze too, saving you money while helping the environment.
Many household appliances consume standby power even when not in use, contributing to unnecessary energy waste and, of course, higher electricity bills.
Did you know that you can lower your energy usage while contributing to a more sustainable and environmentally friendly lifestyle? Just make a habit of unplugging these 5 appliances before you turn In, and you can thank us after you notice how much you saved on your electricity bills.
– Computer Standby Power: 2 To 20 Watts Per Hour.
– Screen Standby Power: 1 To 5 Watts Per Hour.
– By turning off your desktop computer and its screen before going to bed, you reduce unnecessary power consumption during idle hours.
– Power off your appliance to eliminate the risk of electrical malfunctions that can cause fire hazards while you sleep.
– Washing Machine Standby Power: 1 To 5 Watts Per Hour.
– DVD Player Standby Power: 1 To 5 Watts Per Hour.
– Here we suggest “Power Strips” or “Smart Plugs” that will allow you to disconnect multiple appliances at the same time with a single switch or perhaps through smart automation.
-Wi-Fi Router Standby Power: 1 To 5 Watts Per Hour.
– Here, you can enable power-saving features within your router’s settings. That will push the appliances’ power consumption to a minimum during periods of inactivity.
– You can also schedule specific times for your router to power off when not in use. That way, you will get it out of your head.
– Oven Standby Power: 1 To 5 Watts
– Dryer Standby Power: 1 To 5 Watts
– Television Standby Power: 5 To 10 Watts
– For the oven, you can cook multiple dishes at once to make the most efficient use of the oven’s energy.
– As for dryers, make sure you dry full loads of laundry to maximize energy efficiency.
– When it comes to the TV, you can either turn the appliance off when not in use or activate eco-mode.
– Laptop Standby Power: 1 To 5 Watts Per Hour.
– Gaming Console Standby Power: 1 To 10 Watts Per Hour.
– For both appliances, we recommend you schedule Power Off. You can use timers or software utilities to automatically shut down your appliances during your sleep hours.