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  1. Turn off lights when not needed and disconnect unneeded bulbs.
  2. Lower your heating or raise your air conditioning settings.
  3. Have heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems serviced.
  4. Turn off machines and equipment when not needed.
  5. Make sure all automatic controls are in good working conditioning and are set properly.
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