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Off grid electricity refers to the electricity generated from off the grid power sources like wind energy and solar energy. Off the grid energy sources are fast becoming popular with consumers who are
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If you are a tenant, the easiest and cheapest method of getting a digital thermostat installed is usually through your local electric company. For example, in Austin, Texas, Austin Energy has a Power Saver Program that allows customers to apply and receive a programmable thermostat with installation and warranty all for free! In exchange they are able to balance the electric load during the peak summer usage hours. Make sure to approve the installation through your landlord.

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If you are a home owner and already have a digital thermostat installed, learning how to operate the thermostat and setting the indoor temperatures based on your work schedule and the seasons is a must for efficiency.

A typical digital thermostat setting is 78 degrees in the summer and 68 degrees in the winter while you are in your home. If you are going to be away from your home for several hours during the summer and winter months (when temperatures are more extreme) it is wise to set your thermostat 5 to 10 degrees higher during the summer months and 10 to 15 degrees cooler in the winter months. The energy that your conditioning unit does not expend to heat and cool your home while you are away can equal tremendous savings.
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