Many offices come with dozens of transformers, which supply electricity to scanners, modems, printers, network hubs, computers, and other such accessories. We also use transformers for recharging batteries in iPods, cameras, and mobile phones. Such transformers keep utilizing power even when you disconnect or turn off the devices. It’s similar to a slow faucet leak that keeps dripping 24/7. With every drop, it wastes precious money and energy. Although a transformer uses only a minute amount of power, when six to eight of them are taken together, they consume an amount of energy that’s equivalent to one modern light bulb. When that happens over a long period of time, a major amount of power is lost this way. Place all transformers in a single circuit strip, which can turn the strip off when the day draws to an end. You can also unplug these transformers when you aren’t using them anymore. Additionally, check your house to see if there are any electrical leaks. Unplug small ovens, toasters, and coffee makers. A few of these devices come with decorative clocks or lights – things we don’t really need.