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Did you know? Discover the household appliances that waste energy even when not in use
Written by SOT.COM.AL 21 Mars 2023
Household appliances, such as chargers, TVs or video games, can cost you extra when they're plugged in, even when they're not in use. From using your heating wisely to monitoring the use of your kitchen appliances, there are many small changes you can make that can save you money on your electricity bills.
One of the things you may not have thought about is how much energy is wasted by devices that are plugged in but not in use.
Many of us are guilty of leaving our phone chargers, laptops, TVs and watches plugged in until we're not actively using them.
Among the devices that consume more electricity in standby mode, the following are distinguished:
Since the refrigerator must be on all the time, it is not surprising that more than 12 percent of the energy spent by all household appliances comes from this appliance alone.
Of course, you can't just turn off your fridge when you're not using it, but there are ways to make sure it runs as efficiently as possible. Regular cleaning of the refrigerator, inside and out, is the simplest way to ensure that it works efficiently.
A 2021 study found that nearly 98 percent of British households admit to leaving the TV on all the time, while most of them (wrongly) thought that turning it off with the remote turned it off completely.
Video games tend to be left on as often as televisions and are often overlooked. Just by making sure they are completely turned off, you can save a significant amount of money each year.
We're all guilty of leaving chargers plugged in and ready to charge our devices whenever we need them, even though it adds to our electricity bills. While leaving an empty charger plugged in may not be the most expensive, it adds unnecessary costs.