Energy Efficiency Better Than Renewables

January 3rd 2019

The BBC is running an interesting report stating how energy efficiency technologies, such as LEDs, has a greater impact on energy use than renewables stating:

“But if millions choose LEDs, then with a twist of the collective wrist, their efforts will make a small but significant dent in the UK’s energy demand.

Studies show making products more efficient has – along with other factors – already been slightly more effective than renewable energy in cutting CO2 emissions.

The difference is that glamorous renewables grab the headlines.”

The information gathered by Carbon Brief makes interesting reading for anyone interested in energy efficiency or climate change.

Read the full BBC article here.

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