Ever thought that you want to become a part of the energy conservation saga going on around all the time? Want your home to be just the one that plays its role in wasting lesser energy reserves? ‘E. ON Innovation’ gives you just the chance to that. It is the first collaborative effort that invites the general public of UK to chip in their ideas to make their homes more energy efficient and ideally the “Home of the future”.
Not only can you send your brilliant ideas for the betterment for lifestyle and energy conservation but you will be rewarded for that as well!! Jump on to the following brilliant video link that tells just how very much your ideas can be of value to the cause of Energy Conservation.
Energy conservation hype is all around the world nowadays. Everywhere you see emphasis is being laid on going green and conserving energy. Energy conservation combined with crowdsourcing is just the right thing at the right time to be opted for right now. Let’s become a part of the crowd by pasting your ideas into the web portal.
One of the best ways to explore how you can help is to follow us on Twitter (@taklingenergy) where you can hear what other people think by following our discussions. You can even search for the latest on this arena by searching out the hashtag #eoninnov.
Isn’t that brilliant? It feels great that I can send in my ideas and not only would I be eligible to be part of a contest and earn prizes worth up to £10,000 but the best part is that 5 of the top prize winning ideas would be researched furthermore and tailored for being adopted practically into real world.
So buck up yourself and get geared up. The theme of the first challenge is REST with the question that HOW could the home ‘learn’ about your energy use in order to create a more restful environment? Isn’t it just the best way to save those piling bucks that you always need to set aside for the hefty energy usage?
To me the success of every campaign lies with its respective respondents. The UK public can play a vital role in order to achieve a better futuristic status for the Nation. Maximum participation in the campaign as a nation would not only enhance the image of UK public as innovation lovers but would also encourage normal individuals to take part in building the future.