- Salvage Value10,600 $
- Stuff Reference (ID)9876
- ContactPeter Rick
- Phone(123) 456 78 90
- Year Bought2019
- Year Made2017
- Swapped No
- Contract Swap
- Stuff Dimensions30x30 cm
- MaterialBiological, Bronze, Ceramic, Cloth, Copper, Diamond, General Technology Device, Glass, Gold, Leather, Non-Precious Metal, Other Precious Metal, Paper, Plastic, Platinum, Rubber, Silver, Stainless Steel, Steel, Wood
- Previous Owners2
Here’s how to cut down on fossil fuels:
Install solar panels on your roof: This is the most expensive option, but a good one if you feel you can make the investment. Talk to a professional and a trusted company before making the leap. Your own utility may even offer installation.
Join a community solar farm: This is a lot more feasible if you’re on a budget. Or don’t have a suitable roof. The solar farms are remote and don’t require you to install anything on your property. In return, you’ll see savings on your energy bill over time.
Sign up for energy saving programs: Many utilities are beginning to offer programs that will help you reduce your energy usage, and save a buck. See if yours offers any you can take advantage of.
Cut down on electricity use altogether: No matter what you decide to do, using less electricity is always the best option. Invest in more energy efficient products (I personally only buy products with the energy star logo on it), and make sure to shut off lights when you’re not in a room. Pull plus out when not in use too.
Buy an electric car: Instead of buying a traditional car, why not buy electric? If it’s too out of budget, consider buying a used electric car instead.
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