What is the best way to save electricity?
its about to proper use of electricity and save electricity.
Obviously, the best way to save electricity is to not use it. It isn't hard to decide to keep your lights off as much as possible, and to use as little for heat and cooling as possible.
We usually turn off the switch when not using lights or fan before leaving the room. Don't use air cond. Remove the plug after using electrical items.
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