Cirro Energy | Vampire Electronics

If you’re interested in saving money on your energy bill, Cirro Energy can help. With low fixed rates and flexible plans to fit your needs, Cirro Energy is the choice of savvy customers across the state of Texas. Of course, there are things you can do to save even more money on your electric bill, like turning off appliances and electronics when not in use. However, even though turning off most of your appliances and electronics does help greatly, there are still quite a few appliances and electronics that suck a lot of electricity even when powered off… appropriately coined “vampire” electronics.

Cirro Energy Vampire Electronics
Cirro Energy offers tips on saving money wasted by vampire electronics.

While vampire electronics are not as frightening as actual vampires, they can add a scary amount of expense to your electric bill! Never fear, Cirro Energy has the scoop on the worst offenders.

  • Computers and televisions top the list of vampire electronics
  • DVD players, modems, and stereos are next in line
  • Even appliances like the toaster and the coffee maker can suck down energy when not in use

What can be done to save energy? Unplug appliances when not in use. It may be a time-consuming hassle to unplug everything, and in that case power strips can be a big help.

Plugging everything into a power strip allows you switch all your electronics off at once, and that’s a great way to conserve energy. It’s also a good idea to look for appliances and electronics that are designed to save energy, like cell phone chargers that “unplug” internally when there’s no phone connected.

Of course one of the best ways to save is on your energy bill. And that’s where Cirro Energy comes in. With some of the lowest rates in Texas, Cirro Energy makes it simple to keep energy costs low, even offering the option of managing your account online. For more tips on how to save money on your energy bill, visit CirroEnergy.com. You can also connect with the online community on Facebook & Twitter.