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    Junior Member lindaa is on a distinguished road
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    solar panels are too costly, and only suitable for landed. LED is good. air conditioning and fridge try get those energy efficient ones.

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    led light or solar panels would probably work

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    agreed but solar are expensive

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    solar panels still expensive in SG for gen household use tho..

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    Yeah use solar panels to cut down on electricity costs

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    LED lights will help in cutting back electricity costs

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    They will save u in the long run

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    What a fantastic way to save mother earth indeed!

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    Thanks for this guide! V helpful

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    cut down on your water usage. Install a low-flow shower head in your shower to help with even more energy savings.
    5) Install programmable thermostats in your home that can help you control your energy usage. Its easy to forget to turn down your heat or A/C when youre gone to work, or even at night. It can help you reduce your energy bill by as much as 30%.
    6) Install energy-star applicances in your home. Doing so will help you cut back on energy consumption. Newer models are more energy efficient than conventional models.
    7) Plant shade trees in your yard. During the summer, you will block out the sun's rays, reducing the amount of energy you would need to cool your home. During the winter, with all the leaves gone, the nice sun will shine bright in your home, helping to warm your house up. Although it will only work on the days when the sun is out, it will help you reduce some energy consumption.
    8) Use under-floor heating systems to help distribute heat evenly through the floor, where the heat is then absorbed by objects in the room and then distrivuted throughout the room. This will also reduce the use of air-heating systems, which will also help promote good indoor air quality by reducing the amount of allergens and dust from being blown around your home.
    Good luck!

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    Nice! This thread is one of the most informative ones in this site!!

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