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Earth Day 2023

21 April 2023 | Lightwave

Small Steps to Big Changes

Smart home technology has revolutionized the way we interact with our homes, providing convenience, security, and entertainment. However, one of the often-overlooked benefits of smart home technology is its potential to make our homes more energy-efficient. This Earth Day let’s explore how your Lightwave system can help you reduce your carbon footprint and save money on your energy bills.


Lighting is a critical component of any smart home system. With Lightwave, you can control your lights remotely using your smartphone or voice assistant, allowing you to turn them on and off or dim them from anywhere. You can also set schedules or use occupancy sensors to ensure that lights are only on when needed, reducing energy waste. Furthermore, Lightwave’s Smart Dimmers allow you to program pre-set lighting scenes so your lights aren’t always set to 100% brightness. In the evening, you can have your main lights on at 60% brightness, cutting down even more on the energy used by your lighting.


Heating and cooling account for a significant portion of a home’s energy consumption, especially during extreme weather conditions. With Lightwave’s smart heating control, you can set your home’s temperature from anywhere, ensuring your home is always comfortable while reducing energy waste. You can also set schedules, so your heating is only on when needed, and use occupancy sensors to detect when you’re not at home, ensuring that energy is not wasted on an empty home.

Energy Monitoring

Understanding how much energy you use and where it is being consumed is key to reducing your energy bills and carbon footprint. Most of Lightwave’s smart devices allow you to monitor your energy usage at a granular level and identify areas where you can reduce consumption. By using this data to make informed decisions about your energy usage, you can save money on your bills and help to protect the environment.

Small changes

In addition to using smart home technology, there are several small changes you can make to your daily routine to reduce your carbon footprint. For example, using reusable bags and water bottles, keeping your home well-insulated, and using energy-efficient appliances can all help to reduce your energy consumption.

Smart home technology can help make your home more energy-efficient, reducing your carbon footprint and saving you money on your energy bills. With Lightwave, you can control your lighting and heating remotely, monitor your energy usage, and make informed decisions about your energy consumption. By combining these technologies with small changes to your daily routine, you can make a significant impact on the environment, helping to create a greener future for us all.

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