Firstly there were a few oddities in that post that stood out to me.
Use as much energy as you can outside of peak hours
An odd way to phrase it.
Swap old appliances for more efficient ones
"when due for replacement" perhaps?
The embedded energy of new white goods is often substantial compared to the extra energy the older device might use.
Then HFCs in fridges are talked about, which is nothing to do with the efficiency of the device.
Eco kettles, which only boil the amount of water required, can use up to 20% less energy than a conventional electric kettle.
Isn't that called any kettle that you put the right amount of water into? Instant hot water taps and heaters use extra energy all the time to keep the water warm so although much better in offices and commercial buildings, they don't make environmental sense in a house.
This week has been pretty similar to any other for me though. I did however check out a local wood recycling co-op as a potential source for timber for future jobs so I guess that’s a bit greener.