Even if the lockdown measures are slowly being released, people and families are still spending a lot of time at home. Time to think about their house, their energy situation and the way to move to a smarter planet. The first series of ‘Stay Home Save UP” energy chores were a huge success and people massively started improving their homes. So, can we inspire them more? And give them tips for a house that is ready for a post-COVID world?
Building on our invitation for people to ‘stay home and save up’, ENGIE and TBWA launched a new series of activities to improve the energy situation of your house. Brand-new ideas to experiment, learn and reduce our impact on the planet. Did you know that plants keep your house cooler? And have you considered a self-made rainwater irrigation system to keep our plants happy and our consumption to a minimum?
Our first series of energy chores were massively shared on social media. The Belgian do-it-yourself-community helped each other out with even more tips and tricks. This made us so happy that we decided to produce a second series, in the same short time frame as the first one. The authenticity of the content pushed our brand indicators to a record in the month of April. Encouraging signs that the Belgian population is making the best out of this crisis. We couldn’t be happier!
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