Various wattwatters have posted pulses with questions they hope others can answer.
Manoj is simply looking for suggestions to help him reduce the losses and improve his electrical consumption.
Jack’s asking manufacturers to think of building low voltage networks.
Rodrigo is asking for professionals to think in terms of energy efficiency in Brazil.
Juan wants to know more about energy efficient light bulbs and their impact on health and Pippa is asking for better awareness of how to recycle bulbs and batteries.
Cons would like to know more about smart meters.
In a comment on Shinichi’s pulse about LED lighting in Japan, Simon mentions ultraviolet range headlamps in Scandinavia. Anyone know anymore about those?
Sergio asks others what they know about the next generation of renewables.
Wattwatters, it’s your turn to provide suggestions on ways of being energy efficient!
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