Friday, March 25
In North Carolina, we have 272 available days for solar cooking. Does that mean I cook every day? Absolutely not; but, whenever I'm in the mood and there's available sun, I do, and that has resulted in this reduction. And, during this past year, Progress Energy swapped out my meter three times because they said it wasn't registering enough usage based on some average they use for homeowners.
Now, for some people, a savings of almost $800 a year may not mean anything. For others, any way they can cut spending means more money available for other basics in their lives. A solar oven is paid for at the time of purchase, and cooking is FREE from that day forward.
Posted by SharleneT at 6:22 PM