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Standby Savers - Energy Saver Focus Part 6


Part 6

Welcome to the final instalment in our energy saver series. Over the past 6 weeks we've looked at everything from switching to energy efficient lighting to solar charging. This week we turn our attention to standby and the new technologies that can deliver simple savings around the home.

Beat Standby and Pocket the Difference

Cutting down on unnecessary electricity use has clear benefits for both the environment and your pocket. One effective way of reducing electricity waste is to fully turn off appliances and peripherals when they are not in use. To make this even easier there are a range of devices on the market specifically designed to minimise standby use and save energy.

Intelligent Solutions from OneClick

OneClick, the world's leading brand in energy saving electronics, has a number of products designed for use with televisions, desktop PCs and laptops.

Their products have been designed to make your life easier as they automatically switch your equipment off when it is no longer in use. Leaving electrical equipment on or in standby wastes energy, costs you money and can actually reduce the lifespan of your equipment.

Amongst the OneClick range of innovative products are the IntelliPlugs and IntelliPanels. These devices power down peripheral devices such as monitors, printers, dvd players, set-top boxes and speakers automatically when a 'master' appliance is switched off. This reduces electrical power use and can therefore cut your utility bills.

Next Week:

The first part of our new mini-series on home security - not to be missed!

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