Saving starts by taking a closer look
As electricity is invisible, one is unable to see where it flows and more importantly, how much is being used. The shock comes at the end of the year with one’s energy bill. There is only one remedy here – greater consumption transparency. And the Hager Group’s answer to this comes in the form of developing consistently intelligent systems which actually display the energy consumed. These work in a similar way to onboard computers in cars, which show exactly how much fuel is being used at any moment in time, providing the user a marked incentive to save. Well-founded estimates indicate that as a result of consumer awareness, there is an incentive to reduce up to 15% of total energy expenditure.