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Description: This coloring page for kids focuses on saving energy by turning off lights when you leave the room and remembering to turn off the tv when you've finished watching it.
Printable Save Energy Coloring Page - Click this link for a printable version of the coloring picture (opens in a new window).
Gentle reminders, such as stickers on the light switches, help kids remember to turn off the lights when they leave a room. When trying to lower your energy use, a good place to start is getting a picture of the many ways you use energy now.
An average American uses more than four times as much energy per year than the global average, 308 million British thermal units (Btu) annually, compared to 73 million Btu per person per year globally,according to recent U.S. The most straightforward uses that you can measure and control are probably in the home and through transportation. Reducing energy use in transportation is guaranteed by replacing car, truck, or motorcycle trips with biking or walking. Nonetheless, social customs, transportation infrastructure, suburban development, weather, and promotion of driving over other forms of transportation make it inconvenient and sometimes impossible to change Americans’ driving habits, at least without changing jobs or moving to a new city. Other alternatives include public transit, ridesharing, and smaller transportation modes like skateboards, scooters, Segways and even electric bikes. In China, the low-speed electric bicycle is extremely popular and far more efficient than driving or even taking the bus. Estimating home energy use is getting easier now that utilities have installed smart meters that display electricity demand moment-to-moment. For devices that cycle on and off, like refrigerators and air conditioners, you’ll divide the resulting number by three.
You’ll also want to examine how much natural gas, propane, or other fuels you use for heating and cooling space, heating water, and cooking. If you’re in the market for replacing you refrigerator or other appliance, and want to find out more about efficient options, a good resource for information is the Energy Star program.
Another detailed resource for tracking your energy-related emissions of greenhouse gas is the Home Energy Saver, built by the U.S. You can improve your efficiency by replacing appliances and redoing construction, but you can also conserve energy by using less demanding settings, adjusting the thermostat, and turning items like computers and televisions off when they’re unused. Unlike the days of candles and whale oil lamps, today we have many electrical lighting options.
Instead, that type of bulb will be replaced by lower wattage incandescent bulbs, as well as compact fluorescent bulbs and even light-emitting diodes. The standard light bulb has a tungsten filament that exhibits incandescence when electric current travels through it. Compact fluorescent bulbs, the sometimes spiral-looking bulbs, fluoresce instead of incandesce.
However, today, a wide array of tools and professionals are available to assess the efficiency of heating and cooling and put it into perspective with cost. Blower door tests change the air pressure inside a building relative to the outside to measure how quickly the air pressure returns to normal. The invention of new electricity-dependent devices outstrips the speed that we are making our homes more efficient. Fuels are often measured in Btu to show how much potential they have to heat water into steam or provide energy in other ways, like to engines.
In an electronic medium like a blog or eBook, writers have unlimited space to spew all of the words they want to -- and the lack of limits encourages sloppiness.
If a copywriter writes too many words to fit in a one-page ad, he shouldn't use tiny type and can't assume that the client will pay $30,000 extra to run a two-page ad.

Online Electrical CoursesOctober 27, 2011 at 9:58 AMI actually laughed at the INQUIRE WITHIN poster. We've got you covered with the ultimate ways to save electricity and the environment - all while helping your parents save money! Green parenting bloggers weigh in on getting kids to flip the switch and stop wasting energy.
But discovering the lights blazing in an empty room for the umpteenth time is enough to make any parent scream, especially when the power bill arrives.
Here’s great advice from some of our favorite bloggers who know a thing or three about kids. Every year, the average car in the United States is driven 12,300 miles and consumes about 67.8 million Btu worth of fuel.
Perhaps you live in an apartment in a big city and commute to work on the train, plug in your phone and computer at work, eat out every day, shower at a gym, and only come home to sleep.
If you replace your car every two years, or you have a large home that you’re constantly remodeling, chances are your true energy footprint is much larger than you will be able to calculate.
And even if you plug in at work, it’s quite possible to make a decent ballpark estimate of how much energy that takes, too.
Transportation of goods and people accounted for almost a third of greenhouse gas emissions in 2009, according to the U.S. Yes, getting to work is mandatory perhaps, but a whopping 85 percent of car trips are for shopping, errands, and social or recreational reasons, according to a 2001-2002 government survey. Depending on the utility that supplies your power, if you have a smart meter, you may already be able to log in online and track your hour-by-hour power use on any particular day, compare weekdays to weekends, or see if the house-sitter blasted the air conditioning. While electric devices tend to be more efficient than gas-powered devices in your home, electric devices actually tend to use more energy overall because of loss of efficiency when the electricity was generated and transmitted to your home.
Our most popular, the standard 100 watt bulb, is being phased out, in part due to Clean Energy Act signed into law by President George W.
Changing the lighting plan, including adding natural light in the form of windows and skylights and solar tubes. Electric current travels through argon gas and a small amount of mercury vapor, which emit ultraviolet light. This technology is  sometimes called Solid State — even though the type of physics that the name is based upon has now changed to Condensed Matter. Home efficiency experts can use infrared detectors to track where heat is lost, and they can use blower door tests to check how quickly air is being exchanged with the outdoors through holes and leaky ducts. If you walks through a pressurized house during the test, you can also track where air is leaking.
Today, heating, refrigerators, and air conditioners are using less energy, but televisions, computers, and an ever-expanding selection of other electronics are demanding more. Marcus discusses writing, editing, design, publishing, language, culture, politics, food and other things. A sign on the pump said, "Product Contains Up to 15% Ethanol." If the first two words were deleted from the sign, would the message be less clear?
But if every writer would eliminate two pages out of every 100 pages, book printers would use less paper, ink, toner, glue, energy and time; and the trucks that move the books would save fuel, and the UPS driver might last longer.
If she writes too many words to fit into a 30-second commercial, she can't decree that the actors must speak faster, or that the client must pay for more air time. The company has knowledgeable and responsive human beings who speak American English, they do great work, they do it fast at a reasonable price, and my money comes in every month. On average, Americans use more energy in homes than for transport.  The average household uses less (around 41 million Btu worth of electricity).

Somewhat heavier than standard bikes, electric bikes can still be pedaled without power on the flat or downhill, and the battery can help the rider stay sweat-free and comfortable on the uphill climb. You can see how much electricity your home draws right now, and you can turn on and off appliances to see how each one contributes. For example, using the maximum brightness setting on a laptop computer will require more energy. Bush in 2007.  The maximum wattage incandescent bulb allowed will be 29 watts by 2014, down 70 percent from pre-2011 levels.
The bulb keeps the filament in a special gas atmosphere like argon, instead of being exposed to regular air. That light, in turn, excites a phosphor (fluorescent) coating on the inside of the bulb, which then emits visible light. Extremely long-lived and very energy efficient, LED’s use around 20 percent of the energy of an incandescent for the same amount of light.
Ducts are much easier to access than replacing insulation, and they often have holes and cracks, making them a major  source of cold air infiltration, and also indoor air pollution.  Leaks suck in cold, dirty crawl space air including asbestos, dirt, and volatile chemicals (paint thinners, pesticides) that we stow or spray under the house. Use curtains or blinds to trap heat in during the winter and block sun out during the summer.
For more about electricity in the home see the Basics of Electricity and how energy moves through the home. If the sign did not say "Inquire Within," and you wanted to get hired, exactly what the hell would you do but open the door, walk in and inquire?
I recently self-imposed a rule to limit examples to THREE -- and my arguments are no less forceful. Actually, there are nearly 1100 pieces of advice for every author, regardless of path to publication. Plant is a licensed individual real estate broker in the State of Texas affiliated with Greenwood King Properties.
However, it also doesn’t include the foreign energy used to source, assemble, and ship an endless profusion of products to the United States from other countries, like China. However, to use electricity at home, we have to generate an additional 90 million Btu of primary energy at the power plant, according to the U.S.
In countries like the Netherlands, it’s ordinary to see anyone on a bike, from babies in handlebar seats to well-groomed professionals. Air conditioners will require much more energy to operate in very hot weather not only because it’s hotter outside but because the refrigerant becomes less efficient as it gets warmer, particularly if the refrigerant gets into the high nineties Fahrenheit. Tungsten halogen bulbs operate somewhat similarly, with an incandescent filament, but the bulb contains halogen gas, which helps keep the filament from burning out as quickly.
For more about indoor air quality see the Environmental Protection Agency’s website here. Yet, you are participating in energy use through your work, transportation, food, clothes, water, air travel, and electronic devices.
They do, however, contain a small amount of toxic mercury vapor and shouldn’t be thrown into the trash.

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