Amor Fati London
Reduce Co2

Cut Your Emissions by 30%

The average UK household emits 4.56 tons of Co2 every year.

With a Heated Jumper, you can comfortably reduce your home's tempurtures by 4° C or more.

If you do, within a year you'll have reduced emissions by more than 1.4 tons.

What does that mean?

It means - you can reduce one third of your total emissions without making significant concessions to your quality of life.

You don't need to go vegan or cancel your Spanish holiday.

Oh, and the cost savings aren't too shabby either.

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Save Money

Heated Jumpers are 2x Cheaper than Home Heating

Lets assume you use your heated jumper 16h per day for 6 months (which is a lot). Each person in your house has their own jumper and each jumper uses about 200kwH of power.

Considering the average UK household has 2.3 people, total energy usage would near 460 kW per year. Is that a lot?

Not at all.

By comparison, 4° C of home heating over the same period uses 6180kW/year. Nearly 8x more than two jumpers.

If that wasn't enough, if you multiply the energy you save by todays retail price it comes to about £600/yr in savings.

Thats 2x the price of two jumpers, including their electricity cost.


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What is the added benefit of a Heated Jumper? Can't one just wear a heavy sweater and keep home temperatures low?

Studies show that a heavy jumper allows you to reduce home tempurtures about 2°C below your comfort zone. Heated Jumpers allow you to comfortably lower tempurtures at least double that if not more, leading to significantly larger energy and emission savings. For a detailed breakdown read our whitepaper.

How were the figures in the above sections calculated and what sources were used?

All calculation were done by the Amor Fati team in conjuction with a team of mechanical engineers with a speciality in renewable energy. Sources used are mostly government reports published by the UK and EU. You can read the full report and check our sources in our whitepaper.

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