Our expert says:
The effectiveness of turning off your geyser is somewhat controversial, and I must admit I've been avoiding it myself until I properly research all the facts about it. But rest assured, turning off your geyser IS helpful. It does save electricity (though not the vast amounts that it's sometimes claimed to do), and it's not true that switching it off and on uses more power. Turning off your geyser is primarily helpful in reducing the load during peak electricity usage times and reducing blackouts.
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