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janifarsoloman on Thesis Writing Help http://www.utilitybillbusters.com/articles/forum/electricity-saving/thesis-writing-help-2/#p182 Electricity Saving http://www.utilitybillbusters.com/articles/forum/electricity-saving/thesis-writing-help-2/#p182 Coursework Writing service has been known for the excellent academic help extended by them to thousands of students. The latter often find it difficult to complete their assignments successfully after their busy schedule.

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Imran on Power Saver 5000 Reduce Electricity Bills http://www.utilitybillbusters.com/articles/forum/electricity-saving/power-saver-5000-reduce-electricity-bills/#p161 Electricity Saving http://www.utilitybillbusters.com/articles/forum/electricity-saving/power-saver-5000-reduce-electricity-bills/#p161 Energy efficiency ]]> Sat, 30 Nov 2013 07:03:37 +0000 SugarHouseAwning on 5 Ways to Keep Your House Cool http://www.utilitybillbusters.com/articles/forum/electricity-saving/5-ways-to-keep-your-house-cool/#p160 Electricity Saving http://www.utilitybillbusters.com/articles/forum/electricity-saving/5-ways-to-keep-your-house-cool/#p160 There are many ways to keep the house cool without racking up that power bill. Check it out:

There are many ways to keep the house cool without having to remove the AC cover.

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SugarHouseAwning on Home Energy Savings http://www.utilitybillbusters.com/articles/forum/electricity-saving/home-energy-savings/#p159 Electricity Saving http://www.utilitybillbusters.com/articles/forum/electricity-saving/home-energy-savings/#p159 Did you know that simply installing awnings on your home windows can reduce heat by 75%? Learn more here:

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Mon, 25 Nov 2013 14:55:11 +0000
curtistongue on New home energy management tool http://www.utilitybillbusters.com/articles/forum/electricity-saving/new-home-energy-management-tool-1/#p158 Electricity Saving http://www.utilitybillbusters.com/articles/forum/electricity-saving/new-home-energy-management-tool-1/#p158

We just launched our beta, so I’d love to get some feedback on the tool to make it more useful for you.


If you’re interested, please visit https://www.ohmconnect.com/signup/ or you can send me an email at curtis@ohmconnect.com


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curtistongue on New home energy management tool http://www.utilitybillbusters.com/articles/forum/electricity-saving/new-home-energy-management-tool/#p157 Electricity Saving http://www.utilitybillbusters.com/articles/forum/electricity-saving/new-home-energy-management-tool/#p157

We just launched our beta, so I’d love to get some feedback on the tool to make it more useful for you.


If you’re interested, please visit https://www.ohmconnect.com/signup/ or you can send me an email at curtis@ohmconnect.com


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EPate on Heat Transfer in the Kitchen: Cutting Energy Costs http://www.utilitybillbusters.com/articles/forum/electricity-saving/heat-transfer-in-the-kitchen-cutting-energy-costs/#p156 Electricity Saving http://www.utilitybillbusters.com/articles/forum/electricity-saving/heat-transfer-in-the-kitchen-cutting-energy-costs/#p156 http://tinyurl.com/oztnnpq ]]> Fri, 30 Aug 2013 18:15:06 +0000 vincent on What's the best electric heater for my room? http://www.utilitybillbusters.com/articles/forum/electricity-saving/whats-the-best-electric-heater-for-my-room/#p155 Electricity Saving http://www.utilitybillbusters.com/articles/forum/electricity-saving/whats-the-best-electric-heater-for-my-room/#p155 Sun, 11 Aug 2013 11:53:44 +0000 ambi on WHY PAY MONTHLY ELECTRICITY BILLS? http://www.utilitybillbusters.com/articles/forum/electricity-saving/why-pay-monthly-electricity-bills/#p152 Electricity Saving http://www.utilitybillbusters.com/articles/forum/electricity-saving/why-pay-monthly-electricity-bills/#p152 ]]> Fri, 02 Aug 2013 08:43:03 +0000 ambi on Power Saver 5000 Reduce Electricity Bills http://www.utilitybillbusters.com/articles/forum/electricity-saving/power-saver-5000-reduce-electricity-bills/#p151 Electricity Saving http://www.utilitybillbusters.com/articles/forum/electricity-saving/power-saver-5000-reduce-electricity-bills/#p151 Fri, 02 Aug 2013 07:02:31 +0000 tom harry on Power Saver 5000 Reduce Electricity Bills http://www.utilitybillbusters.com/articles/forum/electricity-saving/power-saver-5000-reduce-electricity-bills/#p145 Electricity Saving http://www.utilitybillbusters.com/articles/forum/electricity-saving/power-saver-5000-reduce-electricity-bills/#p145 Power Saver 5000 improves the power factor close to 1.0 minimizing the waste of electricity and reduces your electricity bills by 25% to 35%.  The ideal Power Factor rating is 1.0, but electricity wastage scales it down by more than 20%.
The usage of motors, like Refrigerators, Air Conditioners, Washers & Dryers, Freezers, Dishwashers, Vacuum Cleaners, Blowers, Ceiling Fans, Exhaust Fans use heavy inductive currents for a short span of time to enable them to run.

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Thu, 16 May 2013 02:11:26 +0000
markfox on Multiple refrigerators http://www.utilitybillbusters.com/articles/forum/electricity-saving/multiple-refrigerators/#p144 Electricity Saving http://www.utilitybillbusters.com/articles/forum/electricity-saving/multiple-refrigerators/#p144 moving furniture in your living room, save for the fact that in the kitchen, you’ll scratch the heck out of tile or fake linoleum if you aren’t careful. Assuming you’re in a money-saving, do-it-yourself frame of mind, here are some tips for performing the difficult home improvement task of moving appliances without destroying the floor. Yell
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Mon, 29 Apr 2013 00:58:11 +0000
markfox on Fridge savings http://www.utilitybillbusters.com/articles/forum/electricity-saving/fridge-savings/#p142 Electricity Saving http://www.utilitybillbusters.com/articles/forum/electricity-saving/fridge-savings/#p142 utility bill is pretty bad. It sets the pace for the rest of the cash. You may end up with a two hundred dollar bill instead of the fifty dollars you were used to. ]]> Thu, 07 Mar 2013 05:05:42 +0000 sarahb84 on Learning to shut down your PC http://www.utilitybillbusters.com/articles/forum/electricity-saving/learning-to-shut-down-your-pc/#p132 Electricity Saving http://www.utilitybillbusters.com/articles/forum/electricity-saving/learning-to-shut-down-your-pc/#p132 I actually ended up automating the power supply of the computers and servers of my office by installing some smart power strips. You can find these under $70 at Amazon just search PwrUSB. If your work on your PC, lets say, from 9-5, you can setup this power strip to turn on the computers at 8:45 AM and auto-shutdown at 5:15 PM during weekdays or however you want to schedule the power strip's calendar to do so.

There are few others like BBSB but I found PwrUSB to be the easiest and cheapest solution for automating power supply for computers, lights, media appliances or actually anything that runs on electricity. There are like four version of this product with unique feature sets for various day-to-day use. Check out their website at pwrusb.com - I guess you can order directly from there as well.

- Sarah

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