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An electronic device that is turned off does not use any electricity.
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All electronic devices in the same product category use the same amount of energy.
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Taking a shower is more economical than taking a bath in a half-filled tub
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The direction in which a ceiling fan’s blades turn has no importance.
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You can save energy by lowering the temperature by 1°C in the winter.
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Hanging your laundry out to dry on a beautiful summer day can save you money
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Air conditioning in the summer can account for up to 20% of your annual electricity bill.
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To make sure you’re comfortable when you get home in the summer, it’s a good idea to keep a fan going at full speed while you’re out.
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Maintaining a swimming pool (including heating the water) accounts for 20% of a household’s annual electricity bill.
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LED light bulbs use much less energy than incandescent bulbs and can last longer.
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A hot water faucet that leaks one drop per second could fill 2,000 500mL bottles in a year.
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Lighting up your beautiful yard every night (using three 60-watt bulbs that stay on for about 7 hours) costs up to $40 a year.
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