On December 14th, people around the world observe World Energy Conservation Day to raise awareness of the value of energy use in daily life, its scarcity, and its effect on the viability of global ecosystems. It focuses our attention on important energy-related challenges that will affect humanity in the future. This Day underscores the importance of the pertinent concerns.
Energy conservation is the practice of using less energy in order to lower costs and reduce environmental impact.
It is a day dedicated to raising awareness of the importance of energy efficiency and conservation, conservatism in energy consumption. Global warming, which has the potential to make the globe uninhabitable, is largely caused by the usage of energy. We are all aware of the grave threat posed by the rapid depletion of conventional energy reserves. Every day, the global human population consumes energy to maintain a civilized lifestyle.
These resources are a crucial component of human development, which includes offering sufficient access to things like food, clothing, shelter, water, sanitation, medicine, education, transportation, and industrial uses. In summary, energy has an impact on all aspects of activities relevant to modern life and daily living.
Energy use as a percentage of population is frequently regarded as a key development indicator. Energy consumption will rise as the populace and the country advance.
It entails reducing energy use in homes, offices, and public sector/government institutions. If you're a homeowner trying to save energy, don't be deterred by the fact that this article focuses more on non-residential buildings because energy conservation is important on a worldwide scale. The majority of the rules that govern companies and other organizations also apply to homes. We must serve ourselves by conserving energy at home.
What you can do to help awareness for this day:
You can save energy at home by letting your laundry air dry.
Heat your home one hour less everyday.
Keep impediments out of the air vents of your electric heaters.
One degree of thermostat reduction could result in annual savings.
Choose energy efficient models with energy star label appliances.
Switch to low wattage and energy efficient lights.
Turn your lights off when you’re not using them or when you leave a room.
It is a great day to start saving energy if you haven’t started already.
Save energy, save planet !