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HOW TO OPTIMIZE POWER USAGE FOR HOME [closed]

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Closed as off topic by Olin Lathrop‭ on Jul 22, 2021 at 19:46

This question is not within the scope of Electrical Engineering.

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I HAVE A METER LIKE THIS BEHIND MY HOUSE Image alt text

MY NEIGBOR SLOWED IT DOWN SOMEHOW HE SAID HE OPENED IT UP AND DID SOMETHING TO IT NOW HE PAYS LOWER ELECTRICAL BILLS THAN ME BUT HE HAS COLLEGE DEGREE IN ELECTRONICS SO HE KNOWS WHAT TO DO I DO NOT KNOW WHAT TO DO BUT MY BILLS ARE HIGH AND I WANT LOW.

I HAVE SOME TOOLS IN MY SHED LIKE THIS: Image alt text Image alt text Image alt text

OF COURSE ALL TOOLS ARE USED AND DIRTY BUT THAT DOES NOT MATTER I THINK EXCEPT I READ THAT WHEN WORKING WITH PCBS TOOLS MUST BE CLEAN OTHERWISE I CAN SHORT SOMETHING. IF I USE THE RIPSAW THEN I THINK I WONT BE ABLE TO CLOSE THE CAN AGAIN SO PREFERABLY JUST WITH CUTTERS. I ALSO HAVE ABOUT 3 FEET OF CHAIN LEFT I DONT KNOW IF THAT HELPS SOMEHOW.

HOW DO I SLOW THIS METER DOWN IT IS BANKRUPTING ME?

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