Christmas or Christmas is a festival celebrated in the joy of the birth of Christ or Jesus.
Christmas or Christmas is a festival celebrated in the joy of the birth of Christ or Jesus. It is celebrated on December 25 and is a holiday almost all over the world, Christmas also marks the beginning of Christmastide, a 12-day celebration. Birth of Jesus, based on the Anno Domini dating system, 7 to 2 B.C. happened between Christmas is celebrated with great pomp on 25 December.
Christmas is approaching!
Families are getting their Clark Griswold on and lining their yards with thousands of lights, inflatable Santas and illuminated candy canes.
But with holiday cheer and decor comes an increase in energy usage, including phantom loads, also known as vampire loads or wasted energy.
“Electronics, they still draw a little bit of energy even when they’re plugged in,” said Kimberly Huffman, a senior communications strategist for Detroit-based power company DTE Energy. “A timer or a power strip is going to shut that power off so that you don’t have that phantom load.”
Click the link in our bio to learn how your holiday cheer is affecting your electric bill.
germanyinusa One of the most memorable experiences for anyone in Germany is savoring the winter holiday season at one of the country’s many Christmas markets. The colorful fairs are held in most towns and cities during the four-week Advent season leading up to Christmas.
Today, Christmas markets can be found worldwide – including the US! Which Christmas market is your favorite to visit?
Are Christmas lights jacking up your electric bill?
Here’s a look at how much displays could cost you