0.2: Low Energy Bill… Other Homes Experience High Energy Costs

During my official setup of my house during night time, I’m riding my white mouse, Amy Mouse. She is my new partner who is so interested of exploring my house, but she has never seen my projects like these before! I’m currently showing her my open-source work that is safe to reuse. Why I’m riding my new white mouse because, my fairy, Annie is busy granting wishes for everyone around the world. She has to resolve a problem for some people who are being discriminated by a bad fairy who don’t like adults making wishes. I was assigned to a white mouse to ride,–the fairy queen has prompted me to ride a mouse, or rabbit as Annie goes on patrol to save our planet.

Amy and I are currently checking each section of a wall to varify if the lights are bright enough to see, but use less energy. My fairy, Annie is on patrol to stop illegal logging industries from destroying the forest someplace. She isn’t able to come back to our place,–until her patrol is completed. Her goal is to stop pollution by 99%. Well, that doesn’t stop me! Amy is my backup assistant. Amy said, “cutting down on pollution, and saving the environment? Your house is filled with LED systems of some sort. You’re actually an owner, but don’t set out any traps that are harmful to mice.” I replied, “our project for this session is almost complete. By tomorrow, we’re going to check if our electric bill has lowered.” Amy has discovered the logs what I’ve written as we finished our environment-saving project. I ridden Amy gently down the hall, and placed the saving point at the door that leads to the bunks. “I believe we need to keep going with our energy-saving efforts to reduce our upcoming bill that will arrive soon. If we can do it; we can cause the coal industry to go bankrupt,–just like an old oil refinery someplace,” said Amy, installing a new automatic switch that will use the internet to adjust lights to reduce energy.

Amy and I are planning on going to the store to buy some fluorescent lights for our house. We’re going to buy some Compact Fluorescent Light bulbs that will screw into a standard socket for conventional light bulbs that are polluting our environment. Some of these lights what we just removed from our house will be recycled,–so they can be made into new lights for our home. “Our lights are going to light up the bunks, and we’re going to the store during the day. We have enough time to sleep in our bunks, and use our lamp that is fitted with an LED bulb that will be used as a dim lights for our bunks,” said Amy. Amy is currently entering the bunks. I’m riding her, but she is kind of walking off. “Let’s sleep in our bunks for tonight, we have to get ready to finish up our project of our energy-saving effort to reduce carbon by 100%. If we can reach our goal of phasing out all of the conventional bulbs, we can save the planet each day. But the catch is; we have to implement a powerful fluorescent light bar, or a circular fluorescent lamp to light our dark yard somewhere around our house,” I said. Amy: “Let’s do this project tomorrow,–if we can do it.” Amy pulls out a book, and she starts reading as I get ready to sleep.

Meanwhile; people who were awake are getting ready to see the stars at night, and they’re planning on reducing energy. Well, they’re actually consuming more energy,–due to use of conventional light bulbs. They used the small versions of these units, but they’re electric bill kept going high as $200. They claimed they’re reduceing their bills, but they’re wrong.

Maybe they’re relying on coal-burning plants to keep their homes running. Looks like they’re aren’t able to see the stars.

Many of these home-owners are so concerned about their bill that is high!

They tried their best to reduce power by using candles, but they don’t want to take any risk of lighting them,–due to fire concerns.

Many children who were afraid of a dark has left lights on in the hallway of their homes. Most of their parents has prompted children to reduce power to save money each night. But they had no luck.

This is kind of a terrible issue. And they’re trying to cut ties with coal industries, and switch to wind energy.

During the next day; Amy and I are at the large store. We’re choosing new Compact fluorescent bulbs for our home, there are 22 people choosing these kind of bulbs what we’re choosing. They’re filling this aisle what we’re currently in. We have to buy lots of bulbs for our house,–so we can use it for our project that is about to reduce all of the energy. We’ve already used up all of the LED lights for our home. And we’re taking this step to reduce power usage for our home. If we don’t reduce power,–the pesky coal-burning plant will pollute air with a powerful cloud of pollutants that will harm our planet.

As we come back to our home; we start installing these lights at the another section of our house, starting with our parlor. That’s where our movie-player is installed. Amy is equipped with a crate of lights we bought from the store. There about 400 units inside. These special LED units are built to light 1 large room. Amy: “I’ll do the electrical work, and you’ll insert the units.” I replied: “We have to check if these units are working correctly. If they don’t work, and we’re stranded in the dark; that will be a disaster.! Amy unpacks the electrical cable, and she starts rewiring our entire parlor. Amy has an ability to swap cables without any trouble. This electrical work may take some time to be completed. But we’re not rushing. We have to take a step at a time, and varify if our system is working properly.

Each of us do each task. Amy does the wiring. I do all of the installing of these lights that will replace these older bulbs that are causing further pollution that is causing our village to be warmed up during the cold days. We’ve been using traditional bulbs that resulted high levels of pollution. But these new kind of lights will fix this problem. Other mice in our house are so jealous; they wanted to do these same tricks what Amy is actually doing! But they’re actually too small to reach the light unit. It is a fixture, but we called it a ‘light unit’. We can hear other neighbors getting ready to reduce power, but we are ahead of them. They’ve just trying to use solar generators, but that’s the different way to reduce power.

I gently ridden Amy alongside an empty wall,–where we’re actually rewiring our parlor. We discovered some of the electrical cables are defective, and they need to be replaced. We’re opting for a rodent-proof electrical cable, and filling up all of the gaps. These gaps will be used for wall-mounted lamps. Maybe a previous owner/designer has implemented changes for this house,–before I owned this place! Most of these slots are functional. But the previous owner who is a landlord has been removed from our town,–due to his barberric practices, such as trapping and killing mice. Our village doesn’t even support trapping and killing mice because, they respect them.

Amy and I has to work with each set of cables and lights at each section, if we don’t use our prefered method; that will be a problem. We take long breaks when finalizing our repair task. Maintenance projects in our home is slow, and it requires procise work. During each break, we read books, play, and hang out with other neighbors. Most of our neighbors are friendly, and safe. They’ve already reduced crime levels by 99%; thanks to activists who were so strong, they changed our village without any trouble.

Once our parlor has been rewired; we turn on the power to varify if the lights are working correctly. It was brighter than it used to be! Amy was so happy because, her task is done. Amy: “Wow! that is great for us to light up this parlor. We can able to enjoy tea, or read books,–or watch a movie here. We have cut 20 pounds of carbon so far.” I gave Amy a large berry tart as a special treat for her. “And that’s training my mouse without whips, some people didn’t even understand; when training your animals; don’t use whips. That’s why I prefer to take time, and gradually advance to the next level,” I said. Amy replied: “How about we should take a break, and do the rest of our project later. Since you trained me for the first time; and you allowed me to be off-duty,–enabling me to take long breaks; you didn’t use any barberric items at all.” Amy grabs the remote from the table, and activated the TV to watch a movie.

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