Do you save energy to save money or save the planet? | The Tylt

Do you save energy to save money or save the planet?

It's hard to find anything that isn't energy-saving these days. While people are doing their part to save the planet, is everyone really so high minded? Some people—probably quite a few to be honest—are simply converting their homes to energy-saving appliances cause it saves the money in the long run. But then again, a lot of people are genuinely concerned about the future. What do you think? 🤑

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The average American family will spend $2,000 a year on energy bills. Converting to energy efficient appliances and lights can cut those costs down by 30 percent. That's literally free money. Besides, it doesn't even cost much to make your home more energy efficient—a lot of it comes down to switching out light bulbs and unplugging things when you're not using them. 

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For others, saving money is just a side benefit. The whole point in conserving energy—and resources in general—is to ensure that the planet is still here and in working condition for our children and their children. 

Saving money is nice, but there's no point in money if the surface of the planet is an inhospitable hellscape. 

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Do you save energy to save money or save the planet?
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