While there are still some people out there who deny climate change, the majority of us can agree that it is a very real issue that we’re all responsible for tackling. One of the key ways in which we can make a difference to the future of the planet is by using less energy in our homes. As well as being good for the environment, reducing your power consumption also lowers your energy bills, so it’s a no-brainier!
When we think of high energy use in the home, most of us probably think the winter months are the worst culprits due to the extra lighting and heating required to keep your home cozy on cold, dark nights. However, energy use can still be pretty high during the summer months thanks to fans and air conditioners keeping your home cool, and fridges and freezers working hard to keep your food chilled and fresh.
If you’re looking for ways to reduce the energy usage in your household this summer, this handy infographic from Sovereign Planned Services Ltd has some great tips for you…