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Energy Quiz
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  • 1. September 27, 2009 Kick-Off Party Energy Quiz
  • 2. Questions Adapted from the National Geographic quiz at http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2009/03/energy-conservation/quiz-interactive
  • 3. Question #1: Energy Vampires Which of the following features identifies a device that draws standby power? A. a remote control B. constantly illuminated status light or LED screen C. a “Soft-touch” key pad D. All of the above
  • 4. Question #2: Home Entertainment How much energy is used each year by all of the Video games (XBOX, PlayStation) in the US? As much as: A. the entire city of San Diego, CA B. the entire country of Costa Rica C. Uganda D. Belize
  • 5. Question #3: Energy Vampires How many “vampires” are at work in the average American household? A. None B. Three C. Fifteen D. Twenty
  • 6. Question #4: Lighting Which of the following is NOT true A. Lighting is responsible for 11% of the average household electricity use B. Incandescent lights are brighter than Compact Fluorescent lights (CFL) C. Only 10% of electricity in conventional incandescent lighting is converted to light D. CFLs use 75% less electricity than incandescent
  • 7. Question #5: Appliances Which Appliance uses the most electricity? A. Electric clothes dryer B. Refrigerator older than 10 years (frostfree 17.5 cubic ft) C. Dehumidifier D. Dishwasher (does not include hot water)
  • 8. Question #6 How much of the energy in burning coal reaches the consumer as electricity? A. 33% (one third) B. 50% (half) C. 75% (three quarters) D. 90% (nine-tenths)
  • 9. Answers
  • 10. Answer Q #1- Energy Vampires Which of the following features identifies a device that draws standby power? A. a remote control B. constantly illuminated status light or LED screen C. a “Soft-touch” key pad D. All of the above **Vampire energy use can be eliminated by using power strips or unplugging chargers and devices less frequently used
  • 11. Answer Q #2 - Home Entertainment How much energy is used each year by all of the Video games (XBOX, PlayStation) in the US? As much as: A. the entire city of San Diego, CA (16bn kWh/year) B. the entire country of Costa Rica (actually 7.78bn kWh/ year, so 2x) C. Uganda (actually 1.67 kWh/yr, so 10x) D. Belize (actually 0.16 kWh/yt, so 100x) More info available at http://video-game-consoles-review.toptenreviews.com/cutting-the-cost-of-gaming.html and http://www.nrdc.org/energy/consoles/files/consoles.pdf (the source of the bar chart graphic).
  • 12. Answer Q #3 - Energy Vampires How many “vampires” are at work in the average American household? A. None B. Three C. Fifteen D. Twenty
  • 13. Answer Q #4 - Lighting Which of the following is NOT true A. Lighting is responsible for 11% of the average ehousehold electricity use B.ls Incandescent lights are brighter than Compact a Fluorescent lights (CFL) F C. Only 10% of electricity in conventional incandescent lighting is converted to light D. CFLs use 75% less electricity than incandescent **While lighting is only 11% of household energy use, making the change to energy efficient lighting is one of the quickest, easiest and least expensive ways to cut your homes energy use
  • 14. Answer #5 - Appliances Which Appliance uses the most electricity A. Electric clothes dryer (#3 - 104kWh/ month) B. Refrigerator older than 10 years (frostfree 17.5 cubic ft) (#2 – 110kWh/ month) C. Dehumidifier (#1 – 216kWh/month) D. Dishwasher (does not include hot water) (#4 – 48 kWh/month)
  • 15. Answer Q #6 How much of the energy in burning coal reaches the consumer as electricity? A. 33% (one third) B. 50% (half) C. 75% (three quarters) D. 90% (nine-tenths)
  • 16. Taking Action
  • 17. Potential Energy Saving Actions Lighting: Change lighting to Compact fluorescent (CFL) in all shapes and sizes – 8% Phantom load: Switch off or unplug electronics when not in use – 5-15% Appliances:  Unplug 2nd Refrigerator 8%  Dryer – Use automatic cycle to avoid over drying  Dishwasher – turn off heated dry  Change appliances to ENERGY STAR qualified appliances - 10–50% Better Practice –think about usage; turn off lights, cook on appropriate burner

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