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MOEA Encourages the Public to Continue Power Conservation during the Pandemic
Date: 2021-08-03
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With summer electricity consumption peaking and people staying home longer for epidemic prevention, the Bureau of Energy, Ministry of Economic Affairs (BOE), provides online home appliances inspection tools, appliances cleaning tips and energy saving methods, to encourage the public to dedicate to energy saving action.

To realize energy saving and carbon reduction, BOE launches the "Good Deeds of Energy Conservation in Energy Saving Month" webpage (https://www.energypark.org.tw/events/37-promotional-activity/3598-110.html) which offers the pubic tips: to inspect electricity bill, electrical appliances, and electricity usage habits, to find out ways to make improvements; clean appliances, such as air conditioner and filter, regularly for effective energy saving; to figure out other power usage problems and make improvements; to ensure energy efficiency of appliances, and safety of electricity use.

Moreover, people can still maintain their quality of life and practice "Good Deeds of Energy Conservation," such as wearing light moisture-wicking and cooling summer shirts, using independent switch extension cords to turn off electrical appliances not in use, choosing appliances with level 1 or 2 energy efficiency, and making energy-saving summer light meals at home. Also, the "Good Deeds of Energy Conservation" webpage shares best practices from industries and government agencies to further encourage public participation.

Lately, BOE hopes to gradually change people's power consumption behaviors through the promotion of life-oriented energy-saving methods and sharing of energy-saving benchmark cases, and needs everyone's efforts on taking actions and performing "Good Deeds of Energy Conservation."

For more information please visit the website of "Energy Park" (https://www.energypark.org.tw/).

Spokesperson: Deputy Director-General Lee Chun-Li, Bureau of Energy, Ministry of Economic Affairs
Phone Number: 02-2775-7700
Mobile: 0936-250-838
Email: chunlee@moea.gov.tw

Business Contact: Director, Shu-Fang Kao
Telephone: 02-2775-7773
Mobile: 0918-400-668
Email: sfkao@moea.gov.tw
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