At the beginning of this decade, the average home in the US consumed about 8,900 kilowatt-hours each year. It’s possible this has fluctuated some in the time since, but it seems reasonable to assume that is pretty close to the average for today’s energy use. Though not as noticeable as emissions from cars and trucks, the greenhouse emissions produced to generate electricity for houses are a major source of pollution in the US. Cutting back on home energy consumption helps not only your wallet, but the planet as well.
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