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5 Simple Ways of Setting up your Prepaid meter from Running out so Fast

5 Simple Ways of Setting up your Prepaid meter from Running out so Fast
5 Simple Ways of Setting up your Prepaid meter from Running out so Fast

Using a prepaid electricity meter is one of the easiest way to keep track of your electricity consumption at home or at work. It actually pays to have one due to the sudden exorbitant bills power distribution companies could bring to a user at any point in time. But then another trouble could set in if you are running out of power so soon.

 

Like you will always have on Dailyfamily here 5 Simple Ways of Setting up your Prepaid meter from Running out so Fast.

Go Energy Saving

Making use of energy saving appliances helps in reducing the chunky rate of power consumption. When you need to make any purchase of your regular appliances go for only energy efficient appliances. Appliance A and Appliance B could be the same thing but their energy consumption may not be the same. This is usually reflected in their prices. Conventionally the more the energy efficiency of an appliance, the more expensive it is. However, the money pays back itself from the energy consumption. Always look at the wattage or power of the gadget and see if it is worth your money.

 

Be Conservative

When your electrical appliances are not in use, it is advised you turn them off. Sometimes we tend to leave our TVs and other appliances on standby mode. While this may be a trendy thing to do, it is not a good energy conservation principle.In some homes, the accumulation of appliances on standby mode could be enough to power a small fridge.

 

Go for LED TVs

Making use of LED made appliances helps to reduce the rate of energy consumption which of course reflect on your meter reading. Replace the LCD TVs at home with LED TVs. LCDs consume as much times the energy an equivalent LED TV will consume. The beauty of LED is that you can even control and set the power consumption to lower levels yourself using the ecological friendly mode.

 

Go For Digital Inverter Technology

When you have appliances with compressors, look out to see if it is inverter compliant. It is usually written on the surface of some products like washing machine and refrigerators. For ACs, LG has led the way in this technology with their innovative LG Inverter V Gen Cool cooling unit. Inverter compliant compressors save more energy. You’ve just saved yourself some money on the next electricity bill.

 

The Thermostat of Fridges.

A refrigerator will use less electricity if its thermostat is re-set to a higher (warmer) temperature. Owing to the single-evaporator design of most refrigerators, a change of temperature in the freezer compartment generally results in a temperature change in fresh-food compartment Grimes and others. Once the target (preset) temperature is reached, the thermostat automatically switches off the gadget.

 

In conclusion, as energy prices continue to escalate, it is best to control the amount you pay on energy bills by investing in energy efficient appliances.

 

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