My electric bill comes in about $80 during the winter and $115 during the summer. I’d love to lower it.
I’m wondering blog-loud if I should get one of those wattage meters that you can hook up inline with a device and see what the culprits are. Do I stand there in my underwear with the fridge open for too long? Is it my server farm?
MetaEfficient posted these really neat LED light replacements that only draw 1W, but are equivalent to a 25 W incandescent bulb. The only problem is they are still specialty items that run $18.95, but should last at least ten years. I just convinced myself to try it out, maybe on my bedroom reading lamp that I keep knocking over and breaking the bulbs.