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Energy savings right

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  • 1. Energy savings At home
  • 2. Structure
    • 1.Why at home?
    • 2. Kitchen
    • 3. Bathroom
    • 4. Livingroom
    • 5. Energy - saving house
  • 3. 1. Why at home?
    • “ I can’t save energy at home…!”
    • A lot of people say that eclamation . But are they right?
    • No they aren‘t! Because there are many houses in the world and you can save energy in every part.
    • Now look at our presentation and found out
    • the possibilities how to save!
  • 4. 2. Kitchen
    • Induction-hearth  needs fewer energy  no residual heat
    • Closed windows while cooking
    •  no loss of energy
    • Baking oven  open the warm oven if nothing is in
    •  “ heater”
    • Switch off when food nearly ready
    •  using residual energy
  • 5.
    • Fridge :
    • Not too many and warm things in the fridge
    •  otherwise too high energy consumption
    • Not to few things in the fridge
    •  air bad heat-conductor  higher energy consumption
    • Don’t let the door to long open
    •  energy loss
    • If there is the time defrost food from the freezer in the fridge
    •  “ help” the fridge with cold
  • 6. 3. Bathroom
    • -water saving = energy saving
    • ->save energy for warming up the water
    • easy to save energy in the bathroom
    • -> shower is better than bath
    • you needs 50l you needs 150l – 180l
    • ->water-save-showerhead
    • minimal waterconsumption by aeration through the water jet
    • -  protec 66% of water
  • 7. 4. Livingroom and bedroom
    • A lot of people use the Standby-function of some electrical devices (TV, DVD player…) -> energy consumption in Germany for a year: ca. 20 TWh don‘t use Standby-function (use elec. distributions with flip switches) -> avoidance from appearances of off
    • Use energy-saving lamp-> 75-80% lower
    • energy consumption
  • 8. 5. Energy – saving house
    • great windows on the south side of the house –> using sun energy
    • small windows on the north side of the house –> lesser energy losing
    • good isolated walls ( with wood, mineral cotton) –> lesser energy losing
    • windows with 3 glass panes, between them inert gas –> isolation
  • 9.
    • windows not to open –> no cold air comes inside
    • – > that’s why ventilation system with heat exchanger
    • for energy –> solar collectors and solar cells on the top of the house

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