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If its a led tv then its a huge giant o enormous savings , but leds dont last but a couple years with maximum daily use.
its a tradeoff

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Crown Capital Eco Management Helping our firms stay competitive by cutting energy costs


Not much said about the details of Crowley's energy reduction venture. This is an ad for the man, not his business. Not to say he is not an interesting guy. But the good news he brings to an energy-strapped globe might just be what we need to make us more conscious about saving the environment.

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Tax Incentives for Heating and Air Conditioning


The passage of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, consumers are able upgrade to more energy-efficient heating and air conditioning equipment. They can start saving on energy bills right away, and you may also save on your taxes next year. For your home, these benefits can include lowering home energy bills, increasing your indoor comfort, and reducing air pollution. These programs are helping savvy consumers’ lower energy bills in their home. The energy-efficient products that are eligible for the new federal tax credits can lower the amount of federal income taxes that many taxpayers must pay Uncle Sam.

There are some new potentially lucrative tax incentives for energy-efficient and renewable-energy home improvements. These may offer some consolation to many homeowners who feel they are getting forgotten with the government's various economic stimulus efforts.

There is a $1,500 energy-efficient credit, which currently will last only last two years, meaning consumers will have to find a way to spend this money during this economic downturn. Homeowners now have a new opportunity to lower their energy costs and save on their 2009 federal income taxes by making specific energy efficiency upgrades to their homes.

There is also a new tax credit that will be effective 2009 through 2016 for 30 percent of the cost of a qualified geothermal heat pump. This can be for up to $2,000. These caps do not apply to certain alternative energy systems like geothermal heat pumps, solar water heaters, wind power, or photovoltaic systems. The benefits for installing some pricier solar technology, small wind-energy systems or geothermal-well systems can include a tax credit of 30% for qualifying expenditures with no upper limit through 2016. In order for you to claim your credit, the energy efficient improvements you must use qualifying Energy Star rated products and they must be started up sometime between from January 1, 2009 through December 31, 2010.

By doing your research and talking with your heating and air conditioning professional you may be able to save a substantial amount of money and get some great home improvements at the same time.

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Air Conditioning Programmable Thermostats - Great for Heating and Cooling


Programmable thermostats contribute to overall system performance, maximizing energy savings while providing complete comfort control. They also allow flexibility to homeowners because they can be programmed to match their lifestyle. Programmable thermostats save energy by turning down the cooling and heating system at night or at times when your home is typically unoccupied.


Did you know that properly using a programmable thermostat in your home is one of the easiest ways you can save energy, money. Homeowners can save about $180 a year by properly setting their programmable thermostats and maintaining those settings. They can achieve significant energy and money savings that are possible through the proper use of your programmable thermostat. Programmable thermostats do two things:
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(2) Give start-and-stop commands to the heating or cooling system in order to achieve an indoor temperature that is as close to your "ideal" thermostat setting as possible.


Your savings will largely depend on the length of your energy saving program periods and the temperatures set. For example, an energy saving period of 10 hours with the temperature set back 10° will save more than a 5 hour energy saving period with the temperature set back 5°. By maintaining the highest or lowest required temperatures for four or five hours a day instead of 24 hours, a programmable thermostat can pay for itself in energy saved within four years.

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Controlling your heating more effectively could save you up to 17% on your heating costs. In fact, during the winter you can save about 3 percent of your heating costs for every degree you lower your thermostat. Begin lowering your heating bill immediately with the pre-programmed 7-day schedule, or modify the programming to suit your lifestyle. By delivering the heating or cooling when you need it, and optimizing temperature for activity, sleep and times you are away you can maximize your comfort level and save energy.

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How to do energy saver dimming ?


Most modern dimmers provide normal energy savings. They reduce the total amount of watts consumed on the circuit. Many years ago, dimmers only reduced the watts consumed as light - making up the difference as heat in the dimmer switch. A 100W light turned down to 1/2 wattage at a dimmer switch resulted in 50 watts of light at the bulb, but 50 watts of heat was created in the switch. That was zero energy savings. The newer electronic dimmers will still let 50 watts be used as light, but only a few watts as heat in the switch.

To maximized energy savings, use of new cold cathode technology lights such as CFL (compact fluorescent lamp), LED (Light Emitting Diode), etc. types are suggested. You can use these lamps on a dimmer to furrther reduce the amount of energy used - but only if the lamp indicates that it is dimmable.

If the lamp or fixture does not specifically state it can be used on a dimmer, don't. This includes powering a light through a dimmer that is set to maximum brightness. Use a standard non-dimming switch instead.

I hope this helps & good luck!

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How do I use the green energy saving button on my remote. I cant get it to do anything


energy saving features are saving energy by consuming less power when tv is in stand-by. some tvs also adjust pictures brightness according to light of room thus saving energy. u will not see any change in picture quality.

Aug 25, 2011 | Televison & Video

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Can anyone tell me specs on this fridge? Cannot find manual, think I bought it about 15 years or so ago, runs great but my household bill is killing me - wondering if it makes sense to replace it with new...


shop.amana.com>owner center the new stuff is a better energy rating but the most savings would be 5 bucks or less a month,, the more you spend the more you will save ( 2500=5 800=1) i would look for other ways to save,, like a hot water heater uses the most,, it can run up to 3 hours to heat one tank of water,, then it kicks on to keep it heated,,, just a example

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What is the best temperature for the bottom freezer and refrig?


Set both dials in the middle.

If you have a nearly full freezer, add 1 dial unit.
If you have a nearly full refrigerator, add 1 dial unit.

If your freezer is less than half full, step down 1 dial unit
Refrigerator should not be less than mid-point on dial (it gets open more often).

This is a good starting point, adjust in a month or so.



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Have an older GE TFF20VB 19.6 CF Frig, want to


The GE TFF20VB 19.6 CF Frig is rated at an estimated average 1,438 Kwh/yr. The new one GE is almost twice as efficient. A annual energy savings of 68.289%. If you can afford to pay cash for the new one get the new one. Never finance or you will just be spending the savings in interest and finance charges and never actually realize the savings.

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Which setting on an Energy Miser saves energy?


OFF is the Energy Saver mode.

To reduce moisture, there is a heater around the door seal that stays turned on, using energy. If you switch to ON, you use more energy.

It is confusing though.

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