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Power emitting devices that help save energy the easy way

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Energy is vital, and that’s the reason we see electricity companies striving to generate those extra watts that are usually wasted due to the careless attitude of homeowners. This includes everything from being just too busy in work or sluggish enough to get out of the couch to unplug. Industrial designers often come to the rescue with innovative energy saving solutions that can make it easy for sloppy homeowners to do their bit in conserving energy and the environment. Here is a list of 12 such power plugs, cord and outlets that can reduce load on the grid by simply ensuring that appliances that aren’t being used aren’t connected as well:

Ace Plug

Designed by Lai You Cheng, Liu Kai Ping and Liu Chen Guang, the Ace Plug is designed to save every milliwatt of electricity that is wasted. The Ace Plug is a gadget that annoys you with its pesky noises if an appliance is connected to the wall socket if it’s not being used. Moreover, the device is also equipped with the Ace LED, which can be turned on to find wall sockets in the dark.

AlertMe Smart Plug

The Smart Plug by AlertMe is a new energy monitoring device that allows you to check the consumption from any particular outlet in your home. All you need to do is to plug in the Smart Plug into the particular outlet and you will receive instant data on the energy that is being consumed in the form of real-time stats. You can access this from your system, on the web or even on your mobile.

Energenie

The Energenie has been designed to let users prevent any energy wastage with an application that automatically switches off the power to appliances left on standby. To use, simply plug your appliance into the Energenie and as soon as the device goes into standby it will be disconnected.

Saver Clip

The Saver Clip is perhaps one of the simplest ways to save energy. The clip is designed to pick up electromagnetic field around an electrical wire and uses it to show you how much energy is being used. The more the energy is wasted, the higher is the intensity of this field. Just connect it to the some wires and it will tell you how much energy you are wasting and how much energy is being put to good use.

Eco-Switch

The Eco-Switch lets users reposition the power point to a preferred spot where it’s easy for them to control their appliances using a single switch. The device has been designed for individuals who often forget to turn off computer peripherals after switching off their computers. The Eco-Switch is easy to install and even reduces fire risks. The developers of the system believe that these switches can save users more than $80 a year by reducing the standby power.

E-Pick

The E-Pick energy saving system is based on the use of sensors that recognize your presence in your home and can automatically turn off lights in a room where no one is present. Users can change the settings of the device and can also enable it to turn off all lights after a specified period of time, which is great for all those who don’t what to turn off the lights before they go to sleep.

Energy Saving Power Cord

Designed by Anton Gustafsson and Magnus Gyllensward, the Power Cord alerts the user about the flow of electrons through the cord. When energy is being consumed by the appliance, the cord illuminates to keep you aware about energy consumption. The more the power used, the brighter is the light in the cord.

Sticord

The Sticord by industrial designer Dongyeon Kim is an innovative plug concept that allows the user to save energy without the hassle of finding a particular cord from a hectic bunch of cables. The user-friendly device features an intuitive indicator that lets the user know if the plug is connected to a device that no longer needs electricity. The device shows a yellow light if electricity is passing through and the device isn’t connected. However, if electricity is being directed to a device that is switched on, the indicator lights up in blue.

Energy Lock

Designed by industrial designer Young Suk Kim, the Energy Lock is a concept plug that prevents energy from being consumed by appliances that are not being used. The device is a timer style multi-tap plug that can be cranked to a specified time. Once the timer is over, the plug shuts down the appliance, preventing any waste of energy.

Energy Saving Adapter

The Energy Saving Adapter by Gilles Belley monitors your electrical gadgets individually and informs you when your electronic device is in standby mode. On sensing the sleep mode, a cool organic light pattern appears on the top of the unit that asks the user to power off the device. If the device is still connected, the Energy Saving Adapter automatically cuts off power after three minutes.

Wind Up Socket

The Wind Up Socket by Dongwon Joo and Jieun Choi has been designed for those who are tired of systems that keep alerting them about the energy being consumed in their house. The conceptual product automatically switches off appliances connected to it after a specified interval, preventing any waste. The socket features a wind-up mechanism that can be set at an interval when the appliance is being plugged in. Once the wind-up mechanism finishes its rotation, the appliance is automatically switched off.

Glowing Socket

Designed by Shane Ellis and Terry Brown the Glowing Socket is designed to act as a powerful reminder for all. The socket has a hidden LED that lights up when current is drawn from it. It keeps on glowing until the flow of the current seizes altogether. As a better measure, the more the current gets drawn, the greater becomes the intensity of the glow.

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