Throughout the past year, many of us here in London have been working out of and spending most of our time at home. Our air conditioners were running a lot more in the summer and this past winter the furnaces were set for warmer temperatures during the day since we were home more. In fact, EarthWatch.org reports that the average household used 23% more energy during summer 2020, than in previous summers.
Working from home was a growing trend before COVID hit, since then though, many offices were forced to set up remote work stations for their staff; with the investment made, employers are more likely to continue with remote employees if it saves them office space, rent and/or utilities. This guide will help everyone make their home more energy-efficient, whether you’re working or not.