Have you ever wondered why your electricity and energy bill is so high all of the time? You, like most Americans, probably have a lot of appliance, electronics, and heating and cooling systems fit in to your house that have a low efficiency, low output. This means that when there electronics, appliances, or systems are in use, they draw in a lot of energy from the grid and the power supply from the electricity companies but they do not use all of the electricity that they have taken in and quite a lot of it is wasted. You, however, are being charged for all the electricity that is being drawn in off of the grid in to your house to your appliances, systems, and electronics, not just the electricity that is going to be used by these inefficient items. This means that while you might just be using around 30 to 40% of the electricity and wasting 60 to 70% of the electricity, and still paying for a 100% of the bill.
Now if you are in a situation like this and with no idea on how to save on electric bills without changing your lifestyle too much, you will have one of two options; one, you could change your appliance and systems to get more efficient models, or two, you can end up using something like the electric saver 1200. The first option is not really a very cost effective option and is pretty unrealistic a thing to do in one go, the second option however can increase the amount of electricity used by recycling the 60 to 70% that would otherwise be wasted and send it back to the appliances to be reused. This prevents more wastage than necessary and lowers your electricity bill without changing your appliances.