How energy consumption habits have changed since the ’80s

There are so many ways to pay your bills these days, but it wasn't always this way. We throwback to see what else has changed since the ‘80s.

Energy
5 min read
A lot’s changed since the ‘80s – including how we pay our gas and electricity bills.

We’ve entered a new decade and so much has changed since the shoulder-padded, big-haired ‘80s. It’s not just our hairstyles and pop culture, it’s the way we communicate and how online is our everything.

It’s time for a #TBT to an era that (mercifully) didn’t catalogue every fashion faux pas on social media.Infographic: comparing technology in the 1980s and 2020

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Yes, you can still mail a cheque if you like – big hair also welcome.

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Sources

1: Forbes, Why Energy Is A Big And Rapidly Growing Problem For Data Centers

2: Energyrating.gov.au’s Lightbulb Buyer’s Guide

3: The Guardian, Our phones and gadgets are now endangering the planet

4: Huffington Post, This Is How Much Your PS4 Or Xbox One Really Adds To Your Energy Bill