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What else can I do to save energy and don’t let it impact my daily life?

Cutting your lighting bill is one of the easiest ways to save energy and money in the home use.
Lighting accounts for 8% of a typical household’s energy bills. many homes today use a mixture of standard light fittings and halogen downlighters or spotlights (mainly in kitchens and bathrooms).
Below are low-energy alternatives for both these types of light:
Compact fluorescents (CFLs) are what most people think of as an energy-efficient light bulb, and a cost-effective option for most general lighting purposes, and now widely available.
LEDs, a even more efficient, and ideal replacement for halogen down lighters. More expensive than CFLs but saves more money in the long term.
The Government, retailers and light bulb manufacturers are all working together to phase out inefficient light bulbs, so you can change the way you use your lights by fitting new energy-saving lights and save energy from lighting.

Update: 2018-08-22
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