New study finds energy shortage is significantly impacting how Americans live

Shorter showers and new inconveniences
Almost all Americans (98 percent) say they are doing something to save energy, with 93 percent turning off lights in rooms they are not using, 77 percent lowering thermostats and 67 percent using air conditioners less frequently or not at all. Consumers are also giving up some of life’s modern conveniences, with 53 percent willing to take shorter showers.


By the OGJ Online Staff

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