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Energy Audits

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 save energy, reduce your monthly bills and protect our natural environment. There are many small changes you can make to your home and personal habits that will have a big impact on your energy consumption and the carbon footprint of the Cayman Islands.

We have created a series of DIY energy audits and energy saving guides you can download below and use to save energy and money in your home or business.

What is an Energy Audit?

An energy audit is a room-by-room assessment of your house or business that can help identify wasteful energy issues or practices and highlight opportunities for increased energy efficiency.

Just click on the audit or energy saving guide you interested in to download it for free and start saving energy and money today!

 


 

 

 


 

 

 
 
DIY Home Audit
DIY Business Audit 
DIY Kids Energy Saving Guide
DIY Resident Energy Saving Guide

 

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.

Energy Guide 

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