Questions? Feedback? powered by Olark live chat software

Consumer Tips

 

1

Clean your aircon units regularly and set the thermostat one degree higher.

You can save as much as 6% of your household’s air conditioning energy consumption.

2

Use your air conditioner’s energy-saving features and you can save as much as 40% of your household’s air conditioning energy consumption.

3

Replace aircon units that are 10 years old or older you can save as much as 50% of your household’s air conditioning energy consumption.

 

4

If you use your aircon for longer than 8 hours, upgrade to an energy-efficiency inverter unit.  You can save as much as 40% of your household’s air conditioning energy consumption.

 

5

Adjust temperature to most comfortable level. Increasing the set temperature (setting the temperature warmer) will reduce power consumption.

 

6

Use your air conditioner’s timer so that you can control the number of hours your aircon will run per night.  This will help you save energy as you limit the length of operation and provides convenience as you no longer need to wake up in the middle of the night to switch the air conditioner off.