HOW TO MAKE AN ELECTRICITY SAVING PLAN?
Analyze the consumption by seasons
Find out which devices in the home consume the most energy
Develop the plan with a combination of measures, with and without investment
Implement the plan, correct and upgrade if necessary
How to save electricity and have lower electricity invoices?
First of all, we have to calculate how much electricity the appliances in our home consume and develop a savings plan. The plan should include multiple measures with or without investment. With continous attention to the saving process we can achieve great savings and stay in the lower tariff blocks.
The saving plan begins with an analysis of the home devices consumption, as well as identifying the consumption history of the household by seasons. Then we should measure or estimate the consumption of appliances in the home, develop measures - with and without investment. During the implementation of the plan, it should be conctantly corrected and upgraded.
Measuring or estimating the consumption of appliances in the home can be done in two ways, with a device that will measure the consumption of each of the appliances or by reading the power rating of the device from the instruction manual.
By determining which are the largest home consumers, a saving plan can be developed, which can be a combination of measures for rational device use, adaptation according to the energy tariff (a low tariff device use), as well as savings investments.
The plan should be adapted to the available budget and on the place where there is the greatest savings potential - the most serious measures should be imposed to the most inefficient and largest consumers. In case the plan includes investments, they should not be one-time, yet gradual. Investments should also be prioritized.
The plan should be implemented by the whole household and, if necessary, to be corrected and supplemented in order to save more.