Energy Division at the Prime Minister’s Office is organising a campaign called eSaving SOS.The campaign is part of the many activities lined up for Brunei Darussalam’s Energy Day in an aim to increase public’s awareness on the importance of conserving energy.
The term SOS refers to (S)witch (O)ff & (S)et with the objective of bringing together individuals and organisations in Brunei Darussalam to pledge to save energy during Energy Day. The campaign would also be an exercise to show how much of a difference the people of Brunei Darussalam can make by taking these three simple action steps to save energy;
- Switch off unnecessary lighting
- Switch off water heating when not in use
- Set your air-conditioner temperature to 24 degrees Celsius or at least 1 degree Celsius higher than usual
Energy Division invite the public and organization to personally pledge their support ONLINE at www.esavingday.com starting from MONDAY, 17th MAY 2010. For more information please log on to the website.
Electricity readings for the eSaving SOS campaign will take place from 9am to 9pm on the 24th of May 2010. Hourly electricity readings will be updated on the homepage. These readings will be shown through a graphical representation and digital ticker. The readings will be benchmarked with the average electricity consumption readings taken on 10th May 2010 and 17th May 2010.