The Current Savings Multiplier Effect

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The multiplier effect is actually more from the national economy. It states that the effect of an effect is multiplied by a multiplier by a multiple. This effect can, however, also be observed in the case of electricity savings or can be triggered independently there:

If you buy your electricity not only from a cheap electricity supplier or use alternative energies, but also save money and electricity with the help of energy-saving products, you save in any case a lot more. These can be energy-efficient refrigerators and washing machines as well as energy saving lamps and time switches. How you save is up to you!

To understand this effect a little bit better and to save the savings with figures, Aberdeensavings follows a short example calculation for the illustration:

We assume a 4-person household, which consumes an average of 4400 kWh per year. Now you switch from your old electricity supplier to a more cost-effective green electricity provider and save 1 cent per kilowatt hour. This means that you will have to pay 44€ less during the year for your electricity bill.This is the first factor for the multiplier effect.
If you also replace all conventional light bulbs in your rooms with energy-efficient LED lamps, you can save 6 euros per year per exchange. You find that is quite little? Not if you really exchange all the bulbs in your home. Then you can quickly save over 50 € a year.
From a savings of 44 euros per year are thus through the multiplier effect quickly up to 100 euros. Over the life of a LED lamp of 15 years you can save up to 1500€. This allows you and your family to enjoy a great holiday.
In addition to your savings, your contribution to environmental protection is multiplied. Thanks to the green electricity tariffs and the LED lamps, you can ensure that your household consumes up to 400 kg less harmful CO2 emissions per year.

The use of LED bulbs is, of course, just one way to lower your electricity bill. By using time switches and socket strips with on and off switch, you can further reduce your electricity consumption and further increase the effect of the multiplier effect. You can find out more about the best current providers here. Because there are price differences of several cents per kilowatt hour.

So electricity is not so difficult, you just have to trust!

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