New Ways To Save Energy, Money And Water

May 22, 2012 by  
Filed under Wind Energy Tips

(NAPSI)—Thanks to today’s technology, significantly reducing
your energy consumption and dramatically lowering your water and energy bills
are at your fingertips; if, that is, your fingers are on a smartphone with
apps designed to calculate how much water you use each day, provide tips for
lowering your utility bills, and even how to program your water sprinkler.

Conservation Apps To Consider

Here are a few mobile apps that you can download onto your iPhone or
Android in your quest for a greener home and business.

1. Everyday
Energy Tips
helps you eliminate waste and shows you how you can save
on your utility bills.

2. Save H2O
helps you understand all aspects of your restroom water usage. In just
seconds, you can calculate your savings.

3. Waterprint
calculates how much water you use in your daily life, including what you
wear, eat and drink.

4. The
Responsible Bathroom
Campaign app raises awareness of water
conservation and provides tips to make your home and business more water

5. Sprinkler
lets you easily and instantly calculate a customized watering
schedule for an automated sprinkler system.

6. Light Bulb Finder
helps you find the right energy-saving light bulbs for your home or office.
Then you can choose which bulbs to replace based on financial payback and
environmental impact.

7. Drip Detective
shows you exactly how much water is running down your drain and the cost
associated with any water leak.

8. Water
keeps a history of your water meter readings and provides an
instant overview of your usage and whether you’re keeping within your
target range.

9. One Stop Green allows you to
receive daily tips, includes a solar, wind, water and lighting calculator and
lets you conduct home energy audits.

10. myUse
tracks water, electricity and gas use and estimates your upcoming usage, so
you can make simple adjustments.

These are just a few of the many energy-saving and water conservation apps—and
most are free of charge.

Learn More

For direct links to the apps in this article and for more information and
tips on energy saving, water conservation and sustainable solutions for your
home or business, visit,


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