5 Ways to Conserve Energy During Summer

September 9, 2020 in Renewable Blog, Power Blog, All Blog

5 Ways to Conserve Energy During Summer

Every year in the middle of summer, we face an increase in temperature and sometimes excessive heat. That’s why we need to learn ways to save energy.

Homeowners around the world use temperature-reducing devices to provide optimal air conditioning.

Unfortunately, using air conditioners can increase the cost of your utility bill.

With the outbreak of the coronavirus, many people are working from home and doing their jobs remotely. For this reason, the use of air conditioners and air temperature adjusters during the long summer days has increased more than in the past, and we realize the importance of learning to save energy.

Here are five tips to help homeowners save energy. Using these methods will save your money, energy, and several dollars over the summer.

1- Replace air filters regularly

Suppose the air filters are clogged with dust and other fine particles. In that case, there will be a barrier between the air conditioner and the room where the air is to be ventilated, so more energy will be used to reduce the ambient temperature. In fact, dust particles cause the air conditioner to work and consume more energy than they should. Changing filters regularly will prevent this from happening. In this way, less pressure is applied to the air conditioner or air conditioner.

2- Plant the plant wisely

The more trees and plants planted around your home, the better. This way, your home will be surrounded by the shade of plants and trees, and less light and heat will enter your home. The method we have mentioned is an environmentally friendly method for controlling the summer heat. This method reduces the amount of carbon in the space around your home. Planting native plants around the house can effectively reduce the temperature of your home in the coming years.

Of course, it should also be noted that homes that currently use solar systems to generate electricity must plant plants and trees of the appropriate length.

If the plants and trees planted near your house grow large, and their length is long, they prevent the full collection of sunlight by the solar panels.

3- Adjust Ceiling Fans

The use of ceiling fans and standing fans can help cool the house and reduce the temperature of the house and save energy. Ceiling fans can be adjusted seasonally. In this way, they work with a maximum amount of output. During the summer months, change the fans so that they rotate counterclockwise. If you adjust the fans in this way, the air will be directed downwards instead of the ceiling, and the whole space of your house will be cooled.

Be sure to turn off the fan when no one is home or in the room.

4- Minimize the use of home appliances during peak hours

Some home appliances generate a lot of heat. These include stove, dishwasher, and dryer. 

Although this method may require special planning to save energy, not using appliances that generate a lot of heat can greatly reduce energy consumption.

You can try other options to use this method. These options include:

  • Wash dishes by hand
  • Use recyclable plates and utensils
  • Grilling and cooking food outdoors
  • Drying clothes outdoors

5- Do not neglect the solar energy system

Summer is an excellent time to take advantage of the solar system. A house with a solar energy system can provide the energy it needs throughout the summer season and stay completely cool. This will also reduce the cost of your electricity bill. 

If you want to pay less for electricity and save more instead, now is a good time to use your home solar energy system to save energy.

SunPower is an excellent solution for homeowners who want to reduce their extra costs and enjoy the summer months without any financial worries or electricity bills.

Source: sunpower

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