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1 ENERGY CONSERVATION TIPS Seminar on Energy Efficiency and Conservation (EE&C) for Residential and Academe Sector - An “EARTH HOUR” Pre-Activity

2 How many appliances? How much energy your appliances use? Identify appropriate EE&C measures. Basic Energy Audits Source: WAP Program, Florida

3 Average Monthly Appliance Costs (Based on P10 per kWh)

4 Cooling Tips Purchase air conditioning unit with higher Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER); Install in coolest and shady part of the room; Reduction of heat gain; Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER) AIR CONDITIONING UNIT

5 Cooling Tips Set the thermostat at comfortable temperature; Use fans in conjunction with your air conditioning unit; Seal and insulate ductwork; Keep your air conditioning unit clean; and Have your cooling system checked annually. AIR CONDITIONING UNIT

6 Cooling Tips ELECTRIC FAN Set fan setting at comfortable level; Use fan with timer; Switch off oscillator; Regular cleaning; and Use hand fan.

7 Heating Tips Lower the thermostat; Repair leaky faucets; Use cold water when possible; Insulate water heater and pipes; Reduce the amount of water use; Install aerating, low-flow faucets and showerheads; Replace your water heater; and Conduct regular inspection. WATER HEATER

8 Cooking Tips Don’t use the stove as a heating device; Keep lid on pots and pans while cooking; Use proper size pan on stove top burner; Cook as many things as possible at same time; Keep oven door closed while cooking; Don’t over cook food; Microwave foods when possible; and Use pressurized cooker.

9 Refrigerator/Freezer Tips Consider refrigerator that suits your need with a higher Energy Efficiency Factor (EEF).

10 Refrigerator/Freezer Tips Keep the coils clean; Don’t keep the door open; Make sure the door seals are airtight; Set the temperature of the refrigerator between 3 o and 4 o C, set the freezer between -18 o and - 15 o C; Keep the freezer full, even if you just fill it with containers of water; and Defrost freezer when the ice is ¼” thick.

11 Lighting Tips Turn lights off in any room you’re not using; Use task lighting; Keep bulbs and luminaires clean; and Take advantage of day-light.

12 Lighting Tips Change incandescent bulbs (Ibs) to compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs); and CFLs use 1/5 th of the energy of Ibs, last 8 times longer and are cost effective.

13 Lighting Tips Look for Energy Label Guide when buying CFLs.

14 Other Energy Saving Tips Set appliances and equipment to energy saving features; Use laptop computers; Use inkjet printers; and Use .

15 Phantom Loads Phantom load is an electrical device that is operating 24 hours a day 365 days a year, even if you think the device is turned off.

16 Phantom Loads 16 Click to play video.

17 Driving Tips 17 Monitor fuel consumption; Plan your journey; Drive sensibly; Gas up wisely; Maintain a constant speed; Pick a lane and stay on it;

18 Driving Tips 18 Get rid of all extra weight; Turn off engine while waiting; Observe proper maintenance; Keep tires properly inflated; Park your car properly; and Consider replacing your old vehicle. Breathe easier, turn off your engine.

19 Driving Tips TO 33% greenhouse gas emissions in the country comes from road vehicles; 70-90% of particulate matter pollution in Metro Manila comes from vehicles; Globally, nearly half of the petroleum supply goes to road vehicles; and Always remember that every liter of gasoline your car burns puts 2.4 kilograms of CO2 into the air.

20 Do Right. Be Bright. Bright Now!

21 JOIN US…….


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