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Energy-saving Tips for the Philippine Holiday Season | PHILERGY German Solar

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Metro Manila, Philippines - From Christmas lights inside and outside the home, to kitchen appliances working overtime to accommodate the influx of cooking and storage of food, the holiday season is a time of year that consumers observe their electric bills shoot up. We are here to share some tips on how you can save on energy consumption but still be in the holiday spirit!

  1. Switch to LED lights - Modern LEDs use most of its electric consumption to produce light, unlike most filament bulbs that use only about 10% to produce light - the rest of its consumption is used to produce heat. As the demand for LED bulbs has gone up recently, the cost of upgrading to LED bulbs has gone down exponentially - and LED bulbs last for a longer period of time.

  2. Use solar-powered outdoor lights - Decorating the outside of your home with pretty lights can now be energy-efficient by the emergence of string lights and other decorative lights that can be powered by a small solar panel directly connected to LED lights. Charge them up during the day and watch them light up when the sun goes down.

  3. Use a power strip - Many consumer electronics continue to draw power even when switched off, also known as vampire loads. Plugging electronics into a power strip makes it easier to turn off a bunch with one switch, saving you time and more importantly, energy.

  4. Generate your own clean energy with the highest quality German Solar - At PHILERGY German Solar, our components are of the highest quality made in Germany combined with expert German engineers and installers with years of experience and extensive warranty coverage, you can enjoy free and clean energy for however many more Christmases and New Years celebrations in the years to come.