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Savings advice

How to use electrical devices economically in your home.

Switch off your lights 

We recommend you always switch of your lights when leaving a room, and to take advantage of daylight as best as you can for lighting. In this way, you can (depending on the light bulb type) save up to 10% in electricity. 

Use energy-saving light bulbs 

Energy-saving light bulbs can consume up to 80% less energy than conventional light bulbs. 

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Remove devices from power outlets 

Inactive chargers or adapters can consume electricity. Likewise, home electronics (e.g. TV, Hi-fi, computers) in ‘power-off’ mode, which is actually stand-by mode (when a light is still displayed on the device) usually use 10% energy. So, disconnect them from the power outlet after use for savings. 

Turn on the energy-saving function 

Many modern household appliances, such as washing machines, dryers and dishwashers, also have so-called energy-saving programs. By regularly using these programs, you can save a fair amount of electricity. 

Use energy-saving appliances 

The use of energy-saving appliances can reduce electricity consumption as much as one-third. When purchasing an appliance, take note of the energy efficiency rating, which has been mandatory on all household appliances since 2002. Energy efficiency ratings range from A to G, where a rating of A is given to the most energy-efficient devices and a rating of G is given to the least efficient devices. 

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Check insulation 

The effective insulation of outer walls and at least 15 cm of insulation in attics can significantly reduce electricity consumption. It is also important to regularly check window and door seals, where major thermal leaks can occur. 

Proper thermostat settings 

It is best to set the thermostat to a slightly lower temperature during the night, as less energy is consumed for heating areas in the morning than if the thermostat is required to continuously maintain the same temperature. In addition, by lowering the overall temperature in your living environment by just one degree Celsius, you save 6% in heating costs. 

Maintain good ventilation 

During the coldest months, up to 15% of energy can slip through windows and doors that are poorly sealed or are left ajar. Instead, ventilate your rooms daily by keeping your windows fully open for a few minutes. 

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Optimal use of refrigerators and freezers 

Avoid the storing of warm food in the refrigerator or freezer, as this can significantly increase energy consumption to maintain the temperature. It is important to regularly remove layers of ice in the freezer that cause rapid growth in electricity consumption. 

Reduce the use of ovens 

Ovens consume five times as much energy as cooktops, so only use the pre-heating function for meals if absolutely necessary. Be careful not to open the oven doors during baking. In addition, switch off the oven for additional energy savings 10 minutes before the end of the baking cycle and take advantage of the residual heat for free. 

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Use appliances that consume more energy at specific hours 

Users of the dual-tariff system can save additionally, if they mostly use the washing machine, dryer or dishwasher and other appliances that consume electricity during weekdays between 10 pm and 6 am, and during weekends when consumption is charged at the off-peak tariff (MT). This will allow you to increase consumption at the off-peak tariff (MT) and reduce consumption at the peak tariff (VT). ATTENTION! Certain meters do not allow this type of switching between tariffs or switch at other hours. 

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Set to ECO mode on electric water heaters 

Savings depend on the size, age and quality of the heater, but in general it pays to switch water heaters off only when they will not be used for 24 hours or more. During regular use, the ECO setting is the most energy-efficient, where the heater continuously heats water in the range of 55 to 65 degrees Celsius. 

Begin taking energy-saving showers 

Hot water is at the very top of the ten largest consumers of energy, and as such we suggest you take short, warm showers more frequently instead of filling your tub with hot water. 

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Select electronic billing 

The printing of monthly paper bills and their dispatch by post results in an environmental burden and a surcharge on your bill. Your decision to receive electronic bills can reduce both, while you are rewarded for this by GEN-I with a special ECO discount. 

Pay all costs to GEN-I on a single bill 

Monthly costs for the consumption of energy supplied by GEN-I to all your properties can be received in a single bill, thus saving on payment commissions. Tell us your wishes via Moj GEN-I portal.  

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