Would you be willing to pay a little higher energy bill, if the energy would be certified as green?
A little higher yes but not too much really. For those who don't have to worry about their income, green energy becomes an interesting way of consuming.
For those who really need to pay attention to their bills, struggle to get from one month to the next, even paying a little extra would not be an option.
It would be very bad for me to answer no! I typically save money by going green and make my own laundry soaps, recycling whatever I can, and repurposing items! So...I guess I SHOULD pay more for energy to do some good! I vote yes....A little!
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