August 12

What’s Your Peak Energy Expenditure Hour In Your Home?

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However, if you are on a modest tariff, then it’s best for you to use your appliances with the energy coming from those solar panels.

How can we do that? Some modern appliances have delay start settings so that you can program when these appliances come on. If not then another way of doing this is by using a smart plug. This allows you to program the appliance to come on at various times during the day when the sun will be on the panels. You can do this from your phone or smart device and you can also see how much power you are using.

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