Look here for the tips on the use of different energy efficient home appliances.

Illumination

  • LEDs can save around 75% of electricity as compared to using incandescent lamps and can save up to $440* each year. The average lifespan of an LED is 8 times longer than that of an incandescent lamp.

* The above saving of electricity fee is estimated based on CLP’s market research and consumption patterns of various households, which might differ from your actual saving amount.

Air-conditioners

  • Clean the filters of air conditioner regularly to increase effectiveness
  • Use electric fan with air conditioner to increase the circulation of cool air. That way, you can save up to $50* by turning up the air conditioner temperature by 2-3 degrees

* The above saving of electricity fee is estimated based on CLP’s market research and consumption patterns of various households, which might differ from your actual saving amount.

Reverse Cycle Air-conditioners

  • Reverse Cycle Air-conditioner (RCAC) can help save 50% of energy used as compared to fan heaters. You can save at least $300 a year*!

* The above saving of electricity fee is estimated based on CLP’s market research and consumption patterns of various households, which might differ from your actual saving amount.

Induction Cookers

  • Using induction cooker can save at least 30%* on energy in comparison to conventional cooker
  • Induction cooking is 1/3 time faster than conventional cookers
  • Induction cookers directly heat up the bottom of the cookware, achieving a heat transfer efficiency over 80% - twice as much as conventional cookers (less than 40%)

* The above saving of electricity fee is estimated based on CLP’s market research and consumption patterns of various households, which might differ from your actual saving amount.

Standby Power

  • Standby power accounts for as much as 5-10% of total power consumption. Use a smart plug/panel to cut off your standby power

* The above saving of electricity fee is estimated based on CLP’s market research and consumption patterns of various households, which might differ from your actual saving amount.

Dehumidifiers

  • Dehumidifier with Grade 1 energy label can save 24% of energy as compared to using a Grade 3 dehumidifier. You can save over $40* per year
  • Keep the windows and doors closed when using a dehumidifier

* The above saving of electricity fee is estimated based on CLP’s market research and consumption patterns of various households, which might differ from your actual saving amount.

Shower

  • Take a 5-minute-only shower by using a Grade 1 energy labelled electric water heater with a Grade 1 water efficiency labelled shower head can save up to $70 of electricity cost*

* The above saving of electricity fee is estimated based on CLP’s market research and consumption patterns of various households, which might differ from your actual saving amount.

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