Posts Tagged ‘base load’

Looking at energy usage motivates the householder to switch off appliances when not required, organise things using timers and maybe even buy more efficient devices.  These actions all have the net result of reducing the annual electricity bill.  A very rough rule of thumb is £1 per year per watt, so getting from 300w down […]

So how low do you go ? Ok, I don’t expect the guys from the Guiness book of records visiting with Roy Castle’s old record-breaking trumpet tune, but for me the 100w barrier is starting to become a minor obsession. First of all lets define what the 100w barrier actually is for me.  It is […]