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3 New Ways to Slash Energy Costs By Nick Clipton

Someday I’ll install solar panels on my roof and watch my electric meter slow to a stop then start whirling backwards as I generate more juice than I can use. On that day I will become an energy producer and seller (to my electric company), not just a consumer. But that day is still years away; I’m waiting for the average $35,000 pricetag (that’s after a $20,000 tax rebate) for the panels to come down. In the meantime I’ve discovered three new products that will take a big bite out of my utility bills and make me less of an energy guzzler. Solar Water Heaters. Tapping a free and renewable energy source, solar water heaters provide the most cost effective means of heating the water in your home. The systems use solar collectors (mini panels installed on your roof) and insulated storage tanks, and are either active, using circulating pumps, or passive, without. Though some small households in the sun-drenched southwest are an exception, most homes require the backup of a gas water heater to kick in on cloudy days and for excessive water use. The system is initially more expensive than a conventional water heater to purchase and install, but you will immediately start saving between 50-80% of your water heating cost and will make up the difference in a few years. LED lights. Light-emitting diode, that is. By now we all know that CFLs, compact fluorescent lights, use one fourth the energy of incandescent lights and last six times as long. But did you know that LEDs use one tenth the electricity of the old bulbs and last forty times as long? Which is why they cost around $55 a piece, vs. $3 for a CFL. However, over the long life of an LED you will realize big savings, especially as energy costs soar. But there are a few drawbacks: LEDs provide directional light, which is great for task lighting, but not good for table and floor lamps. And you may have to save up to invest in your first bulb. Energy-Monitoring Smart Homes. For years home automation has helped homeowners dim lights, lower the thermostat and time sprinklers. But now some smart homes track energy usage for you in real time, like an electric meter brought inside. When the home exceeds a certain level of energy use, the system can be programmed to close shades, reduce lighting levels and moderate the thermostat. These monitors can prevent your house from ever going on an energy binge again. Home automation systems are a sizable investment, starting around $3,500. If you are determined to lessen your carbon
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How To Get Solar Power For Your House Cheaply And Before The Weekend By Jason Soper

With increased prices on energy bills, the credit crunch and continuous fuel price hikes, it's no wonder so many people are looking for ways to permanently slash their living costs at every turn. Besides the costs of living, there's also the environment to think about too. That's why electric cars are getting more attention, as they save money and the environment at the same time...but what about our homes? The cost of running a home is probably the biggest expense of all, with so many electrical items draining the power every hour of the day, it's no wonder we're suffering. That's why solar power is becoming the modern choice for so many everyday homes...as solar power provides many benefits to the wallet and the environment... ...but is it possible to get solar powered without breaking the bank? And is it complicated? The two options for a solar powered home; There are two ways to get a solar powered energy supply for your home. The first option is to choose a commercial supplier, which may be easier physically but will also cost you several thousand dollars in the process. Or alternatively, you could use one of the plans found on the internet which not only shows you how to source the parts for really cheap (in some cases under $200) but also how to assemble it all. Will it actually work? Whether you choose the commercial or DIY route, there is no doubt that solar power will work for you, providing you set it up properly. The panels generate a direct current (DC) which is then inverted into alternating currents (AC) for home use. The excess energy generated from the panels during each day can be stored in a battery system or even sold back to the grid, if you're still connected. In fact, it's always a good idea to remain connected to the grid in case for some reason you don't have enough energy stored for a particular demand of electricity one day. Is it easy to do? Setting up solar energy in your home is much easier than you might think. The large firms that supply solar energy would love to tell you otherwise, just as the energy companies would too. But the truth is, you can save up to 80% on your energy bills by simply following a simple guide that can be found online, which shows you what parts you will need, plus how to assemble and connect up to your home. For the sake of saving up to 80% on your energy bills, doing good for the environment and being green & self sufficient, it's a no brainer isn't it?

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