Vacation Villas and the visitors that occupy them are not generally known for energy conservation. Not that the Villa owners don't try.
No matter what signs you may have in the rental or what you tell them, they will leave the A/C on 24/7 (in each bedroom) with doors open, flush toilets at every use, take long, hot water showers, use every single clean towel and sheet set, do they own personal laundry numerous times during the stay (not the villas linens and towels tho) leave TV's, and other electronic equipment on, etc. Then you have the expense of the pool, hot tubs, etc. on top of all that so I can easliy see a WAPA bill I would faint over upon opening.
I have a large diesel generator that runs my upstairs and the downstair apt. rental in event of WAPA outages, if necessary but I much
prefer the sounds of leaves rustling in the wind, the birds, crickets and coquis and hearing the waves break on the rocks in the bay below than listening to sounds of a generator running and having to refuel it muliple times. After 4 days of listening to a generator I am having full on PTSD.