For those of us without central air (one day!), window cooling units can use an astounding amount of energy – especially if you live in a region where the temperature is hot and humid. But with GE's focus on EnergyStar appliances, it makes sense to spend a few hundred dollars more and opt for a more energy-efficient window cooling system. The Volt electric room air conditioner does this with multiple settings for the fan function that require less energy and by offering a sleep setting that automatically raises the room temperature at night, to adjust for the lowered outside temperature.
This solar-powered security camera allows you to monitor your home in an eco-friendly fashion. By using solar panels, the camera charges during the daytime hours and runs through the night. The best part is that it is easy to set up and has no wires, making it completely energy self-sufficient.
This shower meter is design-savvy enough to fit right into your shower without looking out of place. It measures your water usage, going by the standard recommendation of 35 liters (9 gallons) of water for a single shower. Once it's measured the 35 liters of water used, it will beep at you, helping families stay cut down water use.
The Gota dishwasher is a surprisingly compact and useful appliance – especial
ly if you're home doesn't have a built-in dishwasher. The device is tiny compared to a full-size dishwasher cuts water usage and electricity in half by steaming dishes in the pre-wash phase, then using the same vapors to wash in the last stage of washing.
These energy-efficient appliances can cut down on your home's energy use -- helping you save money while creating a more eco-friendly lifestyle.
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