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Computers and laptops have become as ubiquitous in the home as any other appliance.
Televisions can be a large waster of energy.
Electricity consumed during the “standby” mode or the “off” mode of many appliances can waste considerable energy.
Refrigerators have become a household amentity, and you will find one, if not more, in almost every home.
Printers consume varying amounts of energy, anywhere from $15 to $70 per year.
Because ovens and stoves have a rather long lifespan, it is important to choose one that’s energy efficient.
Forced air heating systems may dry out the air in your home during winter.
Fax machines are used every day in offices around the world yet can create a lot of waste and use a large amount of energy.
Dishwashers are a large user of energy, both in terms of electricity as well as water usage.
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