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Buy High Energy Efficiency Factor (EEF) Devices
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2/20/2015 at 10:07:58 AM GMT
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Buy High Energy Efficiency Factor (EEF) Devices

To reduce electricity bills from air conditioning devices, look for a high Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER) when buying a new unit. EER refers to the cooling efficiency of the unit. For refrigerators and freezers, the yellow energy guide bears the Energy Efficiency Factor (EEF) of the unit.

The higher the energy efficiency rating, the lower the energy consumption. For fluorescent lamps, the energy label indicates the light output in lumens, power consumption, lamp efficacy and average life. More lumens mean more light output. The higher the efficacy rating, the lower the energy consumption.


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7/23/2015 at 8:21:19 AM GMT
Hi Sir!
That's another point from your post to individuals and thank for that sharing.
The question is, are those consumers aware for that High Energy Efficiency Factor (EEF) Devices? For me, I don't think so. Because EEF Devices are costly than ordinary one. So, most of our consumers will go to the cheaper one rather than buying those. But, if they are aware from it, of course,they will grab and use these devices in their home. However, some circumstances might happening in the market where else some copycat vendors will do the same, for instance, the vendor will make some stickers and post to their products just to encourage the consumers. That's happening and the proof can found through ABS-CBN NEWS.
With those regards, the consumers must know the genuine and not to the sales talk.

Thanks for sharing in giving us some hint for that matter, Sir, appreciated.