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Energy-saving possibilities for a 1930s semi-detached home in Great Britain in 2014

Thinking about a typical semi-detached home built in the 1930s, which of the following improvements or actions do you think would save the most energy?

by Statista Research Department, last edited Sep 11, 2014
Energy-saving possibilities for a 1930s semi-detached home in Great Britain in 2014 This statistic shows which improvements or actions adults believed could save the most energy in a semi-detached house built in the 1930s in Great Britain in 2014. Over a third of respondents said they believed installing 150mm of loft insulation would be the action saving the most energy, while less than 5 percent each said switching off phone chargers at night and blocking draughts from the chimney would be an efficient method of saving energy.
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Thinking about a typical semi-detached home built in the 1930s, which of the following improvements or actions do you think would save the most energy?

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by Statista Research Department, last edited Sep 11, 2014
This statistic shows which improvements or actions adults believed could save the most energy in a semi-detached house built in the 1930s in Great Britain in 2014. Over a third of respondents said they believed installing 150mm of loft insulation would be the action saving the most energy, while less than 5 percent each said switching off phone chargers at night and blocking draughts from the chimney would be an efficient method of saving energy.
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