Plug into Savings
The electricity used by everyday objects can be surprising. Even when electronics and appliances aren’t in use, many still draw electricity just from being plugged in.
The Watts It Cost energy meter helps identify which electronics and appliances are power hogs. It also lets you figure hourly, daily, weekly, monthly or yearly costs for running an appliance. The energy meter is great for electronics, like computers or TV, that don’t come with stickers indicating their yearly energy cost.
How to Get One
We have partnered with your local library to provide energy meters for you to check out. Go to your local library and check out a Watts It Cost meter today. It’s a fun family activity and will help you save.
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