Monday, August 25, 2014

Things you can do to decrease your energy footprint - a case study from Regine

Here is an interesting chart. A few weeks ago I came across a utility bill from the time just before I moved in with Tim. I laughed when I saw the electricity consumption of the previous 12 months.

Tim was intrigued and asked the utility company to send him the data - he turned it into a chart and I added the comments - and here it is!  Regine



  1. What a fantastic example you two are to the rest of us! The compilation of everything you do truly gives results. Thank you for sharing and I also think you should do a presentation.

    1. I would love to! (who posted this suggestion?)

  2. Regine Maligne-LynchAugust 27, 2014 at 1:01 PM

    Hey I think I managed to post this on the Sustainable Betton Hills Facebook page!


  3. Bonjour Regine!

    This is terrific information! Stew and I are out of town for a few days, but I think there's a way we can use this in Sustainable Tallahassee. I'll be in touch soon.

  4. How little can we live on and still be comfortable. I am not sure whether this level is sustainable but this is one step in the right direction. On the French TV main 8pm news, a couple of minutes were on the fact the we use more than one planet and this cannot continue... they mentioned 1.5 planet - in US it would be more like 3 or 4.