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When it comes to green energy, we can be baffled by science. Ellen Tout separates the renewables from the not-so-renewables

O ver the past year, I’ve cut out single-use plastic, shopped locally, cleaned beaches and learned to cook without waste - but I have yet to get my head around green energy. A study* found that while two thirds of people want to make their lifestyle more sustainable, only five per cent have considered switching to a renewable energy supplier. Fossil fuels coal, oil and gas heat the atmosphere and add greatly to the climate crisis, with 40 per cent of UK emissions coming from our homes.** By using renewable energy, the average household could cut carbon emissions by the equivalent of four flights from London to New York a year.† Now that’s worth considering!

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