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For every 1BTU consumed in the production of insulation, 12 BTU are saved every year through the use of insulation. 
Approximately 30% of energy used in buildings is used inefficiently or unnecessarily. 
A 4 degrees deviation from the optimum office temperature can lead to a 40% decrease in worker productivity. 
Green building consume 26% less energy 
Green building have 13% lower maintenance costs 
Green buildings have 27% higher occupant satisfaction 
Heat pumps save between £130 to £610 a year. Based on a £5000 system, this could see the generator paying for itself within 9 years 
Installing a timer at work to turn off heating overnight and at weekends could save up to £350 each year. 
Don’t leave a tap dripping. Each cubic meter of water costs nearly £2. 
The amount of solar energy that falls on the earth’s surface in 40 mins equals the total annual energy consumption of all the world’s people 
Try to source photocopiers which use a low melting point toner. These can save upto 40% of the energy used by reducing the warm up time 
Installing a timer at work to turn off heating overnight and at weekends could save up to £350 each year. 
Reducing your PC monitor brightness from 100% to 70% can save up to 20% of the energy the monitor uses 
20% of the UK's population live in areas suitable for Geothermal District Heating using heat pumps 
A CRT television could cost between £23.05 and £43.42 a year to run. 
A 2011 flat-screen can cost an average of £10.37 to £12.94 a year 
Fridge freezers from the earlier 1990s could use over 1,000 kWh in a year, costing over £100 a year to run but these days it costs between £20 - 60. 
Install draught-proofing of windows, doors and cracks in the floor can save you up to £25-£35 a year on your energy bill 
Every time you open the refrigerator door, up to 30% of the cold air can escape.