With the current increase in electricity bill expected to be implemented July 1st, 2014 it has become imperative to
be able to save on your monthly electricity bill. Some practical and helpful ways to save on electricity are given below:
This is the most common and essential appliance in our homes and is usually found in every room (sometimes we have more than one of them in one room)
so making savings on the use of lighting in our homes is very important. Some of the ways we can save on lighting in our homes or offices are as follows:
Unplug all electronic devices such as TVs, DVDs, Home Theatres, Laptops, Desktop Computers, Decoders etc when not in use as electronics take lots of power even when they’re turned off. 75% of the electrical use by home electronics occurs when they’re turned off but not unplugged.
A major part of our electricity are spent on the use of energy consuming appliances such as Refrigerators, Freezers, air conditioners, electric water heaters etc. Below are tips on how we can save on electricity in using these appliances in our homes
The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission, NERC, has directed the System Operator to prioritize the dispatching of all power generated by the three hydro power stations in Nigeria in order to manage effectively the water inflow into the dams...
The West African Power Pool (WAPP), has stated that it is working assiduously to synchronize the interconnected Power....
The Transmission Company of Nigeria has announced that the National Grid has successfully transmitted a new generation peak of 5375MW on Thursday, 7th February 2019 at 21.00hrs.