Salamander Temperature Graph: Air, Water, Heat On/Off

According to Morning Brew, “The US households that use natural gas to heat their homes should expect to pay an average of 30% more on their bills compared to last year, per the Energy Information Administration. Even if the winter is 10% warmer than average, bills will be 22% higher.”

First China, then UK and now the US. These small incremental changes matter: at home and especially in commercial buildings. These costs always get paid by the consumer: either in the form of rent, operating expenses or direct. Obviously, this leaves less money for profits, disposable income or reinvestments into R&D. Help break the cycle and reduce demand – especially unnecessary demand!