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Home Electricity Reduction Guides & Information
This Home Electricity Reduction Information is designed to assist you in becoming more aware of home electricity usage & costs. Education is one key, where you can easily learn how to keep electricity costs down and make good informed choices, when purchasing any electrical appliances. This RSS feed brought to you by Aussie Home Energy.
TOU : 'TIME OF USE' ELECTRICITY TARIFF EXPLANATION
This electricity tariff is often used when a Smart meter is installed. We fully explain it in layman's terms. You'll need to understand this tariff, to be in control of your home's electricity costs. If not, you run the risk of increasing your electricity bill!

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Published: Thu, 19 Jan 2012 01:18:23 GMT
A DOZEN OTHER USES FOR 50 WATTS OF 24/7 STANDBY ELECTRICITY
Did you know 50 watts of 24/7 electrical standby, will power the average Aussie 18kWh home for almost 25 days!

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Published: Thu, 19 Jan 2012 01:18:16 GMT
KNOW YOUR SAVINGS WHEN OFFSETTING ELECTRICITY COSTS
We have done the maths and show you what each system size will save you based on the current and forecast electricity cost hikes.

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Published: Thu, 19 Jan 2012 01:18:03 GMT
CHOOSING THE CORRECT SIZE SOLAR PV, TO OFFSET YOUR ELECTRICITY
It pays to make sure this is an accurate assessment of the electricity used during the 'sun hours'. To small a system and you will be buying [importing] electricity, to large and you sending [exporting] electricity back to the grid.

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Published: Thu, 19 Jan 2012 01:17:55 GMT
WHY INSTALLING A SOLAR PV SYSTEM STILL MAKES SENSE & REDUCES ELECTRICITY COSTS
A detailed report into how a solar pv is currently one of the best ways to offset the surnami of forecast rising electricity costs.

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Published: Thu, 19 Jan 2012 01:17:49 GMT
THE EFFECTS OF A 10% ELECTRICITY COST INCREASE OVER 25YRS
Following on from our research into the effects of a 5% increase, we doubled the rise to 10%. What shocked us, was the effects were far greater than doubling the effects of the 5% increase.

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Published: Thu, 19 Jan 2012 01:17:40 GMT
THE EFFECTS OF A 5% ELECTRICITY COST INCREASE OVER 25YRS
As we know here in NSW electricity prices have recently increased by 18% in July 2011. Have you ever wondered what even a small increase adds to your electricity costs over time? See the shocking truth of what happens to your bill, over a period of 25 years. With only a 5% increase per year, it can double your total outlay?

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Published: Thu, 19 Jan 2012 01:17:34 GMT
HOME POWER SAVER
Let's face it, knowing where to start saving on electricity costs can be hard! But for householders stepping on the road to home electricity reduction, one thing is for sure, they all wish they had started a long time ago!

It's never to late to start slashing your electricity costs! With increased awareness and education, you could be starting your own home energy reduction program today, offering yourself repeated electricity savings from tomorrow! You asked us for a guide, for your friends with electricity issues. Please send them to this page!

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Published: Thu, 19 Jan 2012 01:17:12 GMT
IS SOLAR PV [GROSS FEED] A GOOD FORM OF INVESTMENT?
As electricity prices go up, your profit is reduced! Now why were you not told that at the time of sale? See how your gross feed profit is easily reduced by electricity rises and electrical standby in the home. With the latter, it does not make sense to generate above the roof, to support waste under the roof!

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Published: Thu, 19 Jan 2012 01:17:04 GMT
AUSSIE ENERGY LABEL : SHOPPING BY THE STARS MAY LEAVE YOU IN THE DARK!
Do you really understand the Aussie Energy Label? If your shopping by stars alone, you could be making a very big mistake. SMART shoppers know how to read the label correctly. We will teach you a nice little trick, allowing you to make your next purchase, an educated one.

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Published: Thu, 19 Jan 2012 01:16:35 GMT
UNFLUED GAS HEATER HEALTH RISKS
There is no question according to research found easily on the internet, that unflued gas heaters produce several by-products, which are all harmful to human health, of all ages! The most noxious of these by-products are:

Carbon Monoxide : Nitrogen Dioxide : Carbon Dioxide : Formaldehyde

Is it NOT THE TIME YOU STOPPED placing your health at risk?

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Published: Thu, 19 Jan 2012 01:13:17 GMT
REDUCING HOME COMPUTER RUNNING COSTS
Electricity prices are on the rise, so it pays to make sure you operate your home computer as efficiently as possible. The desktop home computer can easily raise the electricity bill. This report explains what you can do to reduce the operating costs of your desktop home computer.

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Published: Thu, 19 Jan 2012 01:12:33 GMT
REDUCING STANDBY ELECTRICITY [A HIDDEN COST IN YOUR ELECTRICITY BILL]
Are you aware of the term standby electricity? You should be, as it can really increase your quarterly electricity costs. Electrical standby is what you could in effect, be turning off! Saving you a lot of money, over the period of the bill. Every 100 watts costing you approx. $60 per bill! Learn more today, to save tomorrow!

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Published: Thu, 19 Jan 2012 01:11:31 GMT
HOME APPLIANCE ENERGY GUIDE
This guide allows you to become more aware of what appliances in your home, are really costing you. Knowing what appliances cost, will allow you to take control over usage habits & electricity costs. Thus helping you to move on from being just a BILL PAYER!

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Published: Thu, 19 Jan 2012 01:09:39 GMT
Updated: Sun, 12 Feb 2017 01:19:23 GMT
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