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Energy Tip for Week of May 20, 2019

by Press Release
May 20, 2019

Where Did That Electricity Go?

Where Did That Electricity Go?

Knowledge is power.  There are tools you can use to find out where most of your electricity is being used in your home. A home energy monitor can help you understand which appliances are using the most electricity on a day-to-day basis. 

There are a variety of features to think about: from appliance recognition to solar panel monitoring to real time cost tracking.  The basics, however, are that the sensors are installed on your electrical panel circuit breakers and monitor electricity use along each circuit. 

Since installation comes with a potential shock hazard, have an electrician do your installation.

    Provided by Upper Charles Climate Action – UCCA.350ma@gmail.com

 

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With all due respect, these articles are a little thin on information, no? I think the HR would do well to use a bit more discretion.

- James Devereaux | 5/22/19 9:52 PM

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