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Identifying and modifying the most costly appliances and systems in your home can save you money and energy. You can reduce your electricity consumption by evaluating each appliance in your home and replacing the old energy hogs with new energy-efficient models. Think of your home as one complete system with components that affect how much energy you consume or save. The chart shown in Figure 4-1 shows how much electricity is used each year by traditional home appliances. Replacing inefficient appliances with energy-efficient appliances, such as those that carry the Energy Star label and solar-powered sources, makes a lot of sense.
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Visit www.energysavers.gov for instructions on calculating the electrical use of your appliances.
Remove and Replace Appliances
The first stage in making your home more energy-efficient is to remove any unnecessary appliances the old, second refrigerator in the basement, or the deep freeze, for example. Modern supermarkets are exemplary in providing fresh, suitably chilled food. Why deep-freeze beautiful fresh meats and vegetables until they are solid as a rock and as tasteless as cardboard Why spend extra money to ruin perfectly good, fresh foods Every year, more energy-efficient appliances are available on the market. When purchasing a new appliance, you should always look for the Energy Star label. This does not guarantee that the appliance is the most energy-efficient appliance on the market, but an average Energy Star
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Electric blanket Microwave oven Television Dehumidifier Well pump Home computer Aquarium/terrarium Dishwasher Electric cooking Freezer Water bed heater Clothes dryer Washing machine Refrigerator Pool pump Spa (pump and heater)
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FIGURE 4-1 Appliance electricity use
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rated appliance uses approximately 40 percent less energy than the conventional models. For example, an Energy Star rated refrigerator uses high-efficiency compressors, improved insulation, and more precise temperature and defrosts mechanisms to improve its energy efficiency. The same is true for solar appliances. Although the efficiency of photovoltaic (PV) panels is not rapidly increasing, the appliances that use solar electricity are improving. In addition to the efficiency factor, many 12-volt applications including lighting, appliances, and charging stations are all more efficient than conventional applications. The efficiency is twofold: the electricity is produced onsite and with no loss of energy in transmission. Direct 12-volt usage means that electricity does not need to be converted from 120V AC to 12V DC, so no voltage loss occurs due to conversion. Any time energy is transferred or converted, some of the energy is lost in the conversion.
When replacing and disposing of an old appliance, take it to a local recycler for proper disposal or donate it to a reseller who refurbishes old appliances.
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Washing Machines
Using energy-efficient washers can save you substantial amounts of energy, water, and money (Figure 4-2). Contemporary Energy Star rated clothes washers are available in either front-loading or top-loading designs. Both types are highly efficient, but the most significant design difference for top-loading washers is that there is no central agitator. Top-loading Energy Star qualified washers use a system that flips or spins clothing through a stream of water. Front-loading washers tumble clothing through a small amount of water that resides in the bottom of the washer bin. Both designs use less water and therefore less energy. Advances in motor performance allow for more efficient wash and spin cycles. Faster spin designs extract more water and allow for less drying time.
FIGURE 4-2 Energy Star approved washer and dryer
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Clothes Dryers
Dryers are usually powered via gas or electricity, with gas dryers being more efficient than electric dryers. The best option is to choose an Energy Star qualified model that is appropriate for your needs. Or you can choose a solar-powered drying system like the one shown in Figure 4-3.
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FIGURE 4-3 Solar-powered clothes drying system
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Many of us remember childhood days when our parents hung laundry outdoors on the clothesline. Today, clotheslines have been replaced with outdoor clothes dryers. A retractable clothesline is a transparent, convenient, low-cost option (Figure 4-4). These clotheslines are sturdy and rust-free, and they can dry many loads at one time, which is not true for any indoor dryer. For a $50 investment, you can save hundreds of dollars each year when compared to using a traditional dryer.
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