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We all know something needs to happen to deal with the future of energy. Simple things such as leaving home electronics on contribute to more than 100 billion kilowatt hours of electricity wasted. While it can be easy to forget that a device is on or that it is even drawing electricity, Belkin is saying it’s important and is offering up a few products that will make sure to help.

The Conserve Insight – $29.99 – is a meter of sorts that offers detailed information about how bad you’re making the planet when cooking microwave popcorn. It shows power-plant CO2 emissions and cost of the device by year or month and also projects the cost of operation. The Conserve Smart AV – $29.99 – is a surge protector with auto-off feature that ‘knows’ when your device is turned off and then completely restricts power. The Conserve Valet – $39.99 – is great for cell phone charging, it is a large pad with four outlets to charge phones. Also great is that when a phone is charged it shuts off power to the charger, potentially extending the life of your phone battery. Finally, the Conserve Socket – $9.99 – is a timed electrical socket. Great for products that draw a lot of energy or things that are dangerous when left on.

The price of the products are pretty cheap, you’re on your way to saving the planet, and I’m sure the value they provide exceed their cost.

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AVAILABILITY

Available for pre-order on Amazon.com starting today and ships in mid-July

Conserve Insight (F7C005) – $29.99

  • Make better energy decisions: See how much different devices cost to use on a yearly or monthly basis
  • Know your environmental impact: Shows power-plant CO2 emissions produced to use your device on a yearly or monthly basis
  • Easy to read: 6 ft. cord allows you to read display at eye level or place on a table
  • Customizable: Use the preloaded U.S. average electricity rate or enter your own rate off your electric bill;you can also set the CO2 emissions rate for your specific region
  • Tracking feature: Tracks your actual device usage over time and projects the cost of operation

Conserve Smart AV (F7C007) – $29.99

  • Simple setup: Plug your TV into the green socket and your AV peripherals into one of the five controlled outlets
  • Saves energy automatically: The green socket detects the power state of your TV and automatically turns on/off DVD players, VCRs, game consoles, receivers, subwoofers, etc.
  • Works with cable/satellite boxes: 2 Always-On Outlets for devices that need constant power
  • Works with cable/satellite boxes: 2 Always-On Outlets for devices that need constant power
  • Protects sensitive electronics: 1080 joules of surge protection ensure electronics are safe from power spikes or surges
  • Saves space: Narrow footprint and wall-mounting holes make it easy to place behind furniture

Conserve Valet (F7C008) – $39.99

  • Charge up to 4 mobile devices at the same time
  • Frees up wall outlets: Replace up to 4 charging “bricks” with 1 clean power cord
  • Saves energy by automatically turning off after devices are fully charged
  • The product itself draws zero power when not in use-so you can keep your devices ready to go without wasting energy
  • Designated charging spot: Always know where your mobile devices are and that they are fully charged
  • Eliminates standby power: Doesn’t power until you hit the start button
  • automatically turns off when you unplug all your devices
  • Reduces clutter: Innovative storage area to hide messy cords
  • Includes 2 cables: A USB to mini-USB cable and a USB to micro-USB cable are included

Conserve Socket (F7C009) – $9.99

  • Easy to set: Choose 30 minutes, 3 hours, or 6 hours with a simple switch
  • Safer home: Automatically shuts off space heaters, curling irons, etc.
  • Saves energy: Completely cuts power after timer expires
  • Multiple uses: Can be used with appliances and devices throughout the house
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