No, because not everyone uses the same amount of energy in the first place. A family living in a large house might find it impossible to save as much energy as a family in a smaller house, because so much more energy is required to heat and cool the house. Additionally, people who derive their electricity from clean sources – if they installed solar panels on their roof, for example, or specifically buy renewable energy from their utility company – already have a lower environmental impact even than those that do save some energy. At any rate, it’s hard to legislate for everyone to save energy simply because individual circumstances are so different and it could be impossible to devise an energy-saving scheme that would be fair for everyone.
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