Category: Energy Saving

If you’re as non-technical as me, you probably have no idea what half of the things in this infographic mean. Nonetheless, we’ll just roll with it, haha.

It is basically just a few cool sources of green energy that may be utilised further in the future.

I don’t know much about green energy. I drive a BMW, and love the roar of a V8 engine, so I’m not the best example of this. But I do understand we need to be more efficient with our energy, and things like this are a great way of actually saving money.

So with that said, take a look at the infographic below:

5 Weirdest Energy Gadgets

InStep Nano Power sounds very cool, nothing like walking powering things. Now if more people would just turn off their engines and go for a walk.

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My whole way of finding content for this blog is infographics, lol. It’s easy inspiration.

I just came across another one that you may find useful, it’s about how being more green can save money.

Most of this is about saving money at home, but there is also a few others that you can do outside of the home, e.g. driving more slowly.

To save you reading the entire thing, I wrote down the 8 ways they share that can save you some money, and help the environment a little bit, win win:

  1. Turn down the thermostat
  2. Use CFL bulbs
  3. Clean your light bulbs
  4. Plant shade trees
  5. Use programmable thermostat
  6. Rechargeable batteries
  7. Turn off your monitor when not in use
  8. Drive slowly

That’s about it. If you want the full details, I’ve included the infographic below:

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I came across this cool video on YouTube the other day, it shares 7 easy ways to start saving money at home with gadgets. Yeah, no kidding, you can actually save money by buying cool things. Every guys dream.

Watch the video below or scroll down for my recap:

The 7 gadgets that can save you money and cost less than $100 each (approx £60):

  1. Home Workout DVD’s – Who needs a gym membership when you can do it in the comfort of your home
  2. Rechargeable Batteries – An obvious one here that we should all think about using, my keyboard batteries are almost dead, I should have listened to this earlier!
  3. iPhone Docking Station – Turn your phone into a loud music player, alarm clock, and more with a docking station
  4. External Harddrive – You need to backup one way or other and this is a cheap long term way
  5. PC Blue Ray Drive – Even today, blue ray DVD players expensive, pick one of these up for less than $100 and save yourself some easy money
  6. Creative Labs Vado Pocket Video Camera
  7. Klean Kanteen – withstand any element and keep your water fresh to drink

Ok, so a few of these you don’t actually need, but they are pretty cool, and for less than $100… why not right?

Let me know in the comments if you have any other ideas for saving money at home with gadgets.

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