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Electricity Gasoline Day 1 Sunday (10/15/2017) Lights – 18 hours Computers - 4 hours TV – 16 hours Water heater- 3 hours Drove to and from work (10 mins) Day 2 Monday (10/16/2017) Lights – 18 hours Computers- 4 hours TV – 16 hours Laundry - wash and dry Water heater- 3 hours Drove to and from work (10 mins) Day 3 Tuesday (10/17/2017) Lights – 18 hours Computers- 4 hours TV – 16 hours Water Heater- 3 hours Drove to and from work (10 mins) My electric supplier uses wind energy (Discount Power). My energy consumption for my electricity is crazy. Until this assignment I didn’t realize how long we left our lights on. Knowing now the number of hours we keep our lights on I’ll start opening my curtains and using the sunlight to light the apartment for most of the day and instead of running both living room lights I can just run one when it starts getting dark. I can also change all my bulbs to the CFL or the LED bulbs. I can start unplugging idle electronics such as my printer, washer, dryer, microwave and even the computer. With winter rapidly approaching I can start putting plastic over my
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