average household could cut a third — or even half — of its current energy bill
by elimination of phantom loads and switching to energy efficient appliances,
equipment and lighting which use less energy than standard products and
turning off unnecessary lights and equipment.
conservation an obsession!
Our biggest untapped source of
energy is the energy we waste.
Efficiency & Conservation
Using energy wisely saves you money while business and industry see increased
profits and productivity, conserve energy and save money while helping
make our environment healthier. Energy efficiency is the first step to
cost-effective implementation of renewable energy.
You can save approximately three dollars energy production investment for every
dollar you invest in energy efficiency.
With simple power management techniques, a small power system can provide
adequate power for home or camp.
efficient alternatives are available; refrigerators, heating and cooling and
lighting are the biggest "energy wasters" in a typical home.
The Canadian home use between 750-1600 kWh per
month. A very efficient home can reduce this to 130-500kWh per month.
Investing in energy efficiency pays.
Where can I save the most? Change your behaviour and use electricity
Turn off unneeded lights and
devices, insulate your attic, walls, windows and doors, and convert to
more efficient appliances while also considering co-generation and energy reclamation.
Make your heating or cooling
system work less! Heating and cooling accounts for 54% of home energy consumption.
Don't make your home hotter in winter than you maintain it in summer and vice
versa don't keep your home cooler in summer than you find comfortable in winter.