The technology that saves us

There are some everyday accessories that could make us save on your electricity bill. There is talk of appreciable savings that could give you a few more whims and decrease yours loaded with carbon.

The world has become an extremely technological place. Those who are 50 today have seen the transition from vinyl records, to cassette tapes, to CDs, up to multimedia players. As in the music sector, all areas have undergone major changes, why not take advantage of them at 360 ° instead of just buying the latest smartphone that lets you listen to music?

Technological progress has a big impact on ours electricity bill but it can also counter it with cheap devices designed for this purpose. Let's see which ones:

Energy Saving Power Strip. It is a power strip that allows you to save energy for over 50 euros per year. With a system "click off" it allows to save energy necessary to maintain standby of some appliances such as televisions, wifi systems, DVDs, multimedia players, gaming platforms… Some multi-sockets have an auto-off function if they are left on for more than 48 hours, others allow remote control.

For example, 91 kWh of is consumed to keep the decoder in standby power if you add to these the other devices such as TV and DVD player, you get a total of 260 kWh which translates into about 48 euros in bill.

Rechargeable Batteries. By purchasing rechargeable batteries you save. In addition, a device called Bacteria Wizard is capable of recharging even standard batteries up to 10 times.

Curtains and windows. It may sound ridiculous but curtains can help you save electricity. With a pair of custom-made Venetian blinds, you can always adjust the light. Furthermore, an excellent arrangement of the windows will guarantee you thermal insulation and savings on heating. Do not underestimate other accessories such as shower heads and sinks, these could be replaced with high models water saving.

Remember, the technology will help you the most save money on your electricity bill is the one given by renewable energies with domestic photovoltaic systems.

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