You made no choices and saved no CO2. Would you like to go back and make choices for the Joules Family?

Your Energy Choices:

  • In their home, you decided to:
    • [first drop down answer]
    • [second drop down answer]
    • [third drop down answer]
  • You changed their transportation habits by:
    • [first drop down answer]
    • [second drop down answer]
    • [third drop down answer]
    • [forth drop down answer]
  • You changed their diet:
    • [first drop down answer]
    • [second drop down answer]
    • [third drop down answer]
  • You cut the family‚Äôs waste by:
    • [drop down answer]

The Impact of Your Choices:

0 pounds of CO2 saved from the atmosphere over a year
0 kilowatt hours (kWh) of electricity saved over a year
0 gallons of gasoline saved over a year

The highest totals possible in this scenario are over 68,700 pounds of CO2 per year, over 10,000 kWh of electricity, and 940 gallons of gasoline.

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Cost and Savings: This balance shows how the cost of changes (left) compares with how much money those changes save (right).

          • If the cost moneybag is smaller than the savings one, the changes you made saved money.
          • If the cost moneybag is larger than savings, the changes you made cost the family more.
          • If the cost and savings moneybags are the same, then the family is breaking even.