FAQs - Save Energy
Yes, you can definitely save energy if you plan your cooking and do not turn on your gas stove frequently
Yes, if you use pressure cookers for cooking, and choose those over frying pans or open utensils then you can definitely save energy as they require lesser gas and use lesser energy to cook your meals
- Make sure you light your gas stove only when you are ready with cut vegetables and ingredients
- Do not keep your gas burner on for long durations while heating your meals
- Use close utensils to cook meats and vegetables. Cover all your pots and pans while cooking
- When boiling anything, save more fuel by keeping a small flame once your meal has reached boiling point. Remember that a higher flame will also not lead to an increase in temperature of your contents
Yes, the lesser water you use in your cooking, the more energy you will save. Water takes a longer time to evaporate, hence use lesser amount of water in your cooking
If you see an orange or yellow flame means there is carbon around your flame and gas is being wasted. So yes, always clean your gas burners to save energy
- When using a geyser for heating water, do not keep your geyser on for long durations
- Make sure you fill your buckets with hot water and then turn off your geyser while not in use
- Gas geysers are instant geysers and thus you do not need to keep them turned on for long durations to get hot water
- Ensure that idle and preheat time before cooking is reduced
- Choose the correct commercial cooking utensils to ensure saving energy and safety in the kitchen
- Implement plans where in there are systems to begin and end cooking procedures to save energy
Yes, Absolutely. Maintaining and repairing all kitchen equipments to ensure that there are no leaky gaskets or clogged burners can lead to saving energy
Yes, cooking at different temperatures on and off will waste energy. If you cook at the right temperatures, it will help save energy
Yes, if you make sure that you are using standard water heaters to meet your temperature heating needs consistently, then you can definitely save energy
- Yes, if your furnace and oven walls and doors are insulated, then it can minimize heat losses
- Always remember to reduce or eliminate any water-cooled parts in your oven. If these cooled parts are necessary, make sure that they are well insulated too
- Clean all the heat transfer surfaces frequently to maintain efficiency of equipments and save energy
Yes, if there are several fluctuations of your heating equipments, it will definitely lead to wastage of energy.
- Control if and when possible, all your heating equipments rather than using them for manufacturing and processing at different levels of heat to save energy.
- Always use pressure controls to minimize any leaks from your equipments which may not only waste energy, but will also be unsafe for the surroundings.