How to save electricity bill 

Electricity is a set of physical phenomena associated with the presence and motion of matter that has a property of electric charge. When energy saving certain Periods are decided, some metres may measure,  demand the maximum use of power in some interval. Record usage during peak high- cost and off-peak, lower cost. Electric utilities use electric metres installed at customers premises typically calibrated in building units.

             Commercial use of electric energy become increasingly important than metre, similar to gas metres, required to properly bill customers,  instead of billing for a fixed number of lamps per month. The reading of meter was proportional to actual energy consumed.  

               An electric metre is a device that measures the amount of electric energy consumed by residence,  business. Electric metres installed at Customers premises for billi ng purposes. The common billing unit is Kilowatt per hour.Time of Day metering allows electrical rates to be changed during a day.

                An early used in UK was the Reason metre. It is a vertically mounted glass structure with  a mercury reservoir at top of metre. As current was drawn, electrochemical action transfered the mercury to the bottom, ones the Mercury pool was exhausted,  meter become an open circuit therefore necessary for the consumer to pay for a further supply of electricity. Then the suppliers agent would unlock the metre,  invert it restoring the mercury to the reservoir.

 How to  lower the electricity bill

  • To use good quality wires. 
  • To use LED bulbs
  • Turn off light,  fan after use.
  •  Turn off and remove plug of mixie,  washing machine and other electrical instruments.
  • Reduce TV watching time 
  • Put off the ceiling fan and open the windows. 
  • Set the timer of AC 
  • Reduce the usage of AC 
  • Use a Programmable thermostat. 
  • Extra insulate your home 
  • Wear comfortable clothing
  • Balance electricity use
  • save electricity by washing clothes in cold water 
  • Turn up your fridge. 
  • Reduce microwave use
  • Unplug appliances when not in use

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