Do you want to reduce your monthly utility bills? There are many small changes you can make to your home, business or daily life that will have a big impact on your utility bills and Cayman’s carbon footprint.
The Ministry of Sustainability and Climate Resiliency, wants to help you to reduce your energy bills and save energy. You can do some of this yourself by making small changes in your everyday life. To help, we have created a series of DIY energy audits that you can download below and complete yourself, to start making savings
What is an Energy Audit?
An energy audit is an assessment of your house, business or daily routine that shows your energy usage, and reveals where you can make improvements in energy efficiency. It will show you how much energy you use every day and how to prevent wasting energy and money in the future.
Below you will find three downloadable DIY audits.
One is for use in your home, one is for use in your workspace /business and the third is for your children, so that they can also play their part in saving energy.
Just click on the audit you want below and download it for free to your computer or phone, or print it off to complete at your leisure. Or even download all three!
Use less…save more
For Cayman’s energy future.
Appliance Energy Guide Labels
The yellow label on most electrical appliances is an EnergyGuide label. Manufacturers are required to put an EnergyGuide label on appliances that details how much energy they use compared to similar models, and how much you can expect to pay to run them. The EnergyGuide label is always yellow, located on or inside the appliance, and shouldn't be hard to find.When you’re shopping for a new appliance, you should look for the EnergyGuide label. It tells how much energy an appliance uses and makes it easier to compare the energy use of similar models. The more energy efficient an appliance, the less it costs to run, and the lower your utility bills should be. It will also help cut reduce C02 emissions in the Cayman Islands. Download our free guide today which explains the EnergyGuide label and what to look for when shopping for your next appliance.