Everybody wants an energy-efficient home that helps to save the money and planet. Following are ways to make your home energy-efficient:
- Solar power is a IS renewable at absolutely no cost to supply energy so solar energy is a good alternative to replace fossil fuel as the major energy source.
- Using a bucket to catch shower water or using bath water for the toilet, can save between 6 and 12 liters a flush, depending on the size of the cistern.
- Natural gas can be the simpler, smarter and more eco-friendly energy choice. Not only is there an abundance of natural gas, in contrast to electricity produced using coal.
- Greywater is the recycling Of bath, shower, hand basin and laundry water, which can then be used to irrigate a garden.
- Growing your own vegetables can go a long way in reducing your carbon footprint as it eliminates the need to travel to a shop to buy vegetables which already produced a carbon footprint to get there.
- Save time, water and energy with the Samsung dishwasher’s Half Load setting, either fill and clean just the top 01 bottom zones.
- The Samsung AddWash has an Eco Cotton cycle which can save up to 53% of water usage, compared to a normal cotton cycle.
- The Smart Inverter Compressor in Samsung air conditioners adjusts its speed in response to the surrounding temperature. By running only at the speed needed, keeping energy usage to a minimum.
- Energy Star. A trusted government backed symbol for energy efficiency. Looking for their symbol, will give you a guide on the energy efficiency of household appliances from fridges, freezers, dishwashers, Aircon units and even the best TVs to buy. Some of the greener products may seem more expensive to buy, but you will save money on household bills.
Hope these energy-efficient ideas will help you and me to save energy, money, and earth environment.