Good news! Emissions generated from fossil fuel electricity are decreasing.   

Are you concerned about the ongoing climate crisis? You’re not alone! It’s becoming more evident than ever before that we need to reduce our fossil fuel emissions and transition to renewable energy sources. 

In this week’s blog, we will highlight the key points from the newly launched Ember energy report and underline the ways in which voltage optimisation can help reduce fossil fuels connected to electricity.   


The renewable energy boom leads to a record drop in fossil fuel use.  

The new report by Ember highlights the progress being made towards this goal including the decrease in the use of coal, oil, and gas to generate electricity. Moreover, the report indicates that in 2022 wind and solar reached a record 12% of global electricity which led to a reduction of -0.2% in global gas generation. Notably, the UK added enough wind turbines to power almost the entire country! This means that our efforts to transition to a more sustainable future are paying off. 

But how can we reduce our fossil fuel emissions even further?  

Well, that’s where voltage optimisation comes in! It’s a tool that can significantly aid in minimising fossil fuel emissions from electricity. Essentially, voltage optimisation reduces the energy supplied to your equipment and restores the electricity demand to a level that’s appropriate for the appliance. This not only reduces greenhouse gas emissions but also saves you money and extends the lifespan of your electrical appliances. 

Rounding up

The new report by Ember is an encouraging sign that the world is making progress towards a more sustainable future. Voltage optimisation is a vital tool in this effort and can significantly aid in reducing fossil fuel emissions from electricity.   

So, what are you waiting for? Check out how much energy and money you could save with voltage optimisation today! By taking these steps towards reducing our carbon footprint, we can make a significant difference in the fight against climate change. 

Read the full report here



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