It doesn’t matter where you live, winter time can bring some major adjustments to your energy bill. Whether it’s cold temperatures, an increased amount of lighting, or just more people frequenting your business, your bill might look a little different.
Let’s say you buy a light bulb with ‘100 watts’ printed on it. And when you pay your utility bill, you can see that your energy usage is measured in kilowatt hours. The watt is obviously some unit of measurement, but what is the watt, really?
As the trend of ‘going green’ only increases in necessity and popularity, more consumers are investigating whether or not the corporations they buy products from are doing their best to lessen their impact on the environment.