Do you get butterflies when your electricity bill arrives? Energy prices continue to defy gravity having risen some 35% over the last three years, with government maintaining that the high capital cost of investment in electricity networks for this state of affairs. While it is useful to know this it certainly doesn’t help anyone actually pay these inflated bills. So, besides writing to your local MP what options does one have? hipages sought out Geoff Hourigan from Logic Lighting and Energy, who is marketing his Earthwise Power Saver as a solution to this costly issue, for more info.
“The unit can be described as a residential based power conditioner.”
“The unit basically stabilises the electricity supply to your home, which is typically erratic and stores the surplus energy for later use when there is a real need. Up to 30% of billable electricity is non-productive and goes unused – we call this dirty power in the industry – and you still end up paying for this every month.”
“Savings of up to 30% are possible - all without changing your usage habits. Once it is installed you forget about it and get on with your life.”
“The unit is fitted directly to your main switchboard.”
“Yes, a licensed electrician needs to install the energy saving unit.”
“This unit has been adopted from the latest high-efficiency power saving technology from Germany, with some modifications for local conditions.”
“By stabilising the electricity supply the unit also protects appliances from electricity spikes. It can also help reduce the amount of electromagnetic radiation that appliances generate.”
“Exposure to electromagnetic frequencies is a potential carcinogenic and also enhances the damage from other toxic agents. Because appliances only use around 60% of the power they receive the rest of the unused amperage actually increases the electromagnetic frequency in the vicinity of the unit.”
“No, we also have a unit for commercial and industrial applications which have greater capacity for load limits.”
“Yes, all our units meet the Australian and New Zealand Standards and each is fitted with their own isolation switch, either wired behind the meter board or in its own cabinet.”
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