5 Ways Telecommuters Can Reduce Household Energy Use

As someone who’s devoted to reducing their home’s carbon footprint, you’re likely already adhering to some of more common suggestions. Case in point: You turn off the lights when you leave a room. You’ve purchased blackout window shades. And you’ve made sure not to set the A/C too high during those hot, summer months. While you may want to boost your energy savings even more, as a telecommuter, some of the classic energy-saving tips simply won’t work for you. For example, you’d likely sweat profusely if you set your thermostat to 90 degrees from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m....

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