The American company ComEd has given its customers tips to get rid of energy vampires this Halloween.
The councils are intended to help businesses and residential customers save money and energy. Suggestion: none involves garlic cloves.
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Vampire energy, also known as backup power, is what is extracted from the outputs when the equipment is turned off but still plugged in.
Many types of home and office electronic equipment, including mobile phone chargers, computers, printers and game consoles, continue to consume electricity while plugged in and turned off.
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Avoid being drained with these tips:
Use a power strip with an on / off switch to completely turn off electronic devices in the home.
Unplug mobile phone chargers, portable music players and other electronic devices once they are fully charged.
When preparing to travel outside the city, always disconnect all non-essential devices, such as televisions and other electronic devices.
Look for the ENERGY STAR label on appliances, electronics and other products. ENERGY STAR products comply with the strict guidelines established by the US Environmental Protection Agency. UU. And the US Department of Energy. UU.
Close the coffin forever with the ComEd Energy Efficiency Program. It offers a variety of discounts, discounts and evaluations to help homeowners, businesses and municipalities save more intelligently.
Energy efficiency is a hot topic that will be discussed at DISTRIBUTECH INTERNATIONAL. Click here to register to attend or for more information about the event.
ComEd customers can also schedule a free ComEd home energy assessment. An energy consultant will identify opportunities to save and offer free low-energy products. Schedule an appointment online today at ComEd.com/Assessment.
To learn more about how ComEd helps customers save, residential customers can visit ComEd.com/HomeSavings, and commercial customers can visit ComEd.com/BizSavings.