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10 common energy myths busted

Signpost pointing to myths and facts

Are you or your colleagues confusing fact with fiction when it comes to being more energy efficient? Be armed with the answers thanks to Zero Waste Scotland’s COP26 blog.

Some of the myths include – Solar panels can’t be used in the winter, most heat escapes through windows and phone or laptop chargers don’t use energy when left plugged in.

Find out more about Argyll and Bute’s first Challenge Climate Change event on Saturday 6 November in Helensburgh.

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