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ENERGY SAVING TIPS
 
Room Air Conditioners
 
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Keep the windows and doors closed when the room air conditioner is turned on and use curtains or blinds to shade against sunlight.
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Maintain room temperature at 25.5 ℃.
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Use fans instead of room air conditioners as far as possible
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Consider using fan in conjunction with window-type air conditioner to spread the cooled air more effectively.
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Avoid direct sunshine on the outdoor heat exchanger unit.
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Remove obstructions at air vents.
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Clean the filters of room air conditioners regularly.
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Turn off room air conditioners that are not in use.

Refrigerating Appliances
 
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Don't put the refrigerator near a heat source - an oven, the dishwasher or direct sunlight from a window.
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Leave enough space between refrigerator and the walls or cabinets so air can circulate around the condenser coils. Trapped heat increases energy consumption.
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Do not set the refrigerator temperature unnecessarily low.
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Allow hot/warm food to cool down to room temperature before putting it in the refrigerator.
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Check door seals to make sure they are airtight.
 
Compact Fluorescent Lamps(CFLs)
 
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Replace incandescent lamps with compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) with the Grade 1 Energy Label. A house hold of 4 people can save up to $400 of electricity cost each year.
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Maximize daylight usage.
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Use task light to minimize general lighting.
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Keep light bulbs and light fittings clean to maximize lighting efficiency.
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Turn off the lights in any room you're not using
 
Washing Machines
 
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The energy label shows water consumption information for consumers' easy comparison.
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Choose a washing machine that meets your household's needs. If your normal laundry loads are small, choose a smaller model that uses less water and use a public laundromat for large items like comforters.
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Fully load the machine – A half load of clothes uses about the same amount of energy as a full load.
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About 90 percent of the energy used in washing clothes is the result of heating the water, according to most experts. Washing in cold water is not only more energy-efficient, it's also better for your clothes. At the very least, save the hot water cycle for your whites, and wash dark and colored clothes in cold water.
 
Dehumidifiers
 
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Choose dehumidifiers with the Grade 1 Energy Label.
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Choose dehumidifiers that have automatic dehumidifying mode.
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Place the dehumidifier in a well-ventilated area and away from corners. Do not obstruct the air outlets and returns for optimum performance.
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The dehumidifiers should be kept away from direct sunlight or heated equipment.
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Keep the windows and doors closed when the dehumidifier is ON.
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Clean the unit including the filter frequently. A clean unit runs more efficiently.