Climate change and the depletion of energy sources are not only a problem for the wider community, but also affect us as individuals. Everyone can actively contribute to protecting the planet we inhabit. You can make it too!
How do you contribute to reducing emissions? Some simple tricks can be applied to the four walls (houses) of each. In this article, we have compiled some tips that you can use in everyday life to do something for a greener planet. How to save energy that will reduce carbon footprint, both in the form of small and extensive activities, and can keep your expenses
Do Your Laundry and Wash Your Dishes Efficiently
Washing machines and dishwashers (dishwasher) is one electronic device that consumes electricity in a large capacity in your home. It’s good that these two machines are used only when necessary, namely when both are full of dirty clothes and dirty dishes. Experts also recommend that the engine suit is set to wash and rinse at the same time. The latest production detergent is quite useful, so washing laundry and washing with hot water is not necessary. The use of clothes dryers must be limited if you want to save electricity and expenditure.
You can, for example, wash clothes with a machine and dry them in the sun. For dishwashers, the assumption that washing dishes by hands saves water turns out to be wrong. If calculated, then a dishwasher filled with dirty dishes turns out to consume less water than manually washing dishes.
Don’t Forget to Turn Off Your Appliances
One of the easiest but important ways that can be done to save energy is to press the ‘off’ button on all electronic devices, from PC monitors to televisions and from light switches to washing machines. The standby mode that we often use turns out to consume a lot of electricity, as well as costs. Actually, just turning off electronic devices is not enough. Disconnect the electrical and electronic devices by pressing the ‘off’ button on the main strip socket. We can save electricity usage in one easy step and reduce CO2 emissions up to 220 kg per year. Cellphone chargers, shavers and rechargeable batteries must be disconnected from the socket as often as possible.
Install a Solar Panel
Temperature levels also affect the performance of solar panels. Ideally, the solar panel will work at a standard temperature of 25 ° C. As temperature increases, the efficiency of solar panel performance also decreases. Give enough space under the solar panel, so that air flow can reduce the temperature of the solar panel when the air temperature is at its highest peak.