Typically, 10-20% of energy in any household is wasted. Low-income households spend on average $1,500 on electricity each year. They are more likely to have lower electricity bills than average and higher income households, but not significantly so. That means electricity bills for low income households represent a much higher proportion of total income. Continue reading “Report: Our Green Home”
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By Andrew Petersen, CEO, Sustainable Business Australia, 5 June 2017
By 2020, more people will have mobile phones than have electricity or running water in their homes or villages, connecting billions of people in unprecedented ways. The rapid pace of technology is also opening up new ways of tracking resources, increasing efficiencies, and accelerating our unalterable path to a decarbonized world.