Amanda Stillwagon


Amanda Stillwagon As Chief Marketer for Small Business Trends, Amanda oversees online marketing, email marketing and social media marketing for the Small Business Trends group of sites.

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  1. Above post is evident towards saving energy at every level. Since such saving pays off in a better manner through cost wise as well as environment wise too.

  2. Aira Bongco

    Have you tried an inverter? I found that it can cut the electricity costs by 10% or more.

  3. Martin Lindeskog

    How about coming up with even more efficient energy sources in the future? Let the market compete on new alternatives, e.g., mobile solar cell equipment, mini nuclear power plants…

  4. Despite entitling your post How to Save on Energy Costs in Your Office, your 12 points all relate to saving energy. One of the best ways to save costs is to pay less when you buy it. If you use less energy and pay less for the energy you use, it is the best of both worlds.

  5. I think you have listed all the important aspects to save the energy. We have also started the different energy saving programs in our schools such as:

    – Adding PC Power Management software such Faronics Insight on all the students and teachers machines. It helps us in both ways i.e. it saves energy as well as cost.

    – Educating students about how they can save the energy at their home too.

  6. Don’t forget the age old saying, “If you don’t measure it, you can’t manage it.” These tips are great as a foundation to energy saving, however, measuring where you are using the most energy, can give you the most bang for your buck. There are some great options to businesses, like Solution 105, that identifies key usage patterns.

  7. Fascinating article! Reducing your energy bills doesn’t need to involve large investment in technology, it can be done by some simple, smart actions.

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