… through efficiencies and potential cost savings
The incentive to ‘go green’ has become more urgent – not only because of the climate change figures but, with the cost of living crisis biting, it’s clear that saving energy can save us money.
Here’s a message from Olivia Miller, a digital relations consultant, who wants to share an online piece covering just these points:
It’s a good starting point to help homeowners make sustainable choices by considering eco-tech and green energy. So I wanted to share this highly informative piece that helps raise awareness on making homes more environmentally friendly.
I’ve found similar information like this on your new pages, and I thought this could be a great topic to cover on your site and something your readers could find informative.
It offers information about sustainable tech such as:
- How to take advantage of green mortgages for lower interest rates
- Government support for homeowners, including the Green Deal loan and the Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive
- Smart technology options and their associated costs, like smart meters, lighting, and heating
- Green energy sources, and how to install them or find an energy provider
It also offers a handful of figures such as:
- Smart Energy International estimates that a smart home can save 30-40% of energy.
- Since the government has ambitious aims to cut emissions by 78% by 2035, they offer financial aid to homeowners wanting to make green changes in their homes.
- In the last decade, smart technology has become increasingly more affordable, with smart plugs starting at under 10GBP.
Here’s a link to the piece – https://www.comparethemarket.com/mortgages/content/smart-home-guide/
And here’s how it opens:
Thanks to smart home technology and renewable energy options, there are more opportunities than ever to make your home more eco-friendly. Technology also allows you to track these efficiencies and potential cost savings too – something that’s particularly encouraging when trying to embrace a greener lifestyle.
In this guide, we’ll look at what technologies and energy sources are available, affordable and accessible to UK households.
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