Set the thermostat to the lowest comfortable temperature. The higher the temperature you set the thermostat to, the more energy it will take to heat the water.
Take shorter showers. The longer you shower, the more energy your geyser will use.
Turn off the geyser when you're not using it. If you're going to be away from home for more than a few days, turn off the geyser at the circuit breaker.
Insulate your geyser and pipes. This will help to prevent heat loss and save energy.
Install a timer on your geyser. This will allow you to set the geyser to turn on and off at specific times, so that it's only running when you need it.
Use a low-flow showerhead. Low-flow showerheads can reduce water usage by up to 50%, which can also save energy.
Maintain your geyser regularly. Having your geyser serviced by a qualified professional can help to improve its efficiency and save energy.
Consider upgrading to a newer, more energy-efficient geyser. If your geyser is more than 10 years old,more energy-efficient model.
Switch to a solar geyser. Solar geysers use solar energy to heat water, which can save you a significant amount of money on your energy bills.
Educate your family about energy conservation. Teach your family members about the importance of conserving energy and how to use the geyser efficiently.