Energy Saving Device, “The Guardian,” Provides Green Solution To Energy
Green Products like "The Guardian" are energy saving devices that reduce consumers electric
bills by over 30-40% each and every month. These energy conservation devices are a breath of
fresh air as energy costs continue to rise year over year.
(PRWEB) June 19, 2010 -- The Energy Conservation Device, (ECD), are energy saving devices that controls and
regulates the electric voltage in outlets. The ECD not only prolongs the life span of electrical appliances, but it
reduces the energy consumption of virtually all household appliances.
This energy saving device was designed and engineered in Germany. Under normal conditions, electrical voltage
is left unchecked, and therefore results in a constant fluctuation of its peaks. This electricity saver device increases
the power factor of motorized devices while decreasing the electrical waste by modulating the voltage and
preventing the radical shifts in amperage.
When used, the ECD saves up to 30% on electric bills, regulates any sudden spikes in electricity and reduces the
amperage draw necessary to operate common household appliances. No installation is required, the Guardian
ECD can be plugged in anywhere at anytime with the ease and simplicity of any other plug-in device.
"All of our products are rigorously tested, allowing us to maintain the highest quality standard and affordability
without sacrificing efficiency," said Carlo Krockel, Founder and CEO of EccoBest, on the company's website.
"Simply stated, our products will save you money and electricity at a very low cost. Understanding the benefits
of lowering stress on the environment while lowering financial stress for our customers has propelled our
company to a household name."
The United States is currently the number one consumer of energy in the world. The U.S. Department of Energy
categorizes national energy use in four sectors: transportation, residential, commercial and industrial. This energy