The Energy That Powers Your Morning
What do you do every morning?
That’s a question that was asked to thousands of Australians in a representative survey commissioned by Brighter recently.
2 in 5 Australians say they have a shower first thing in the morning, with 7am being the official hour of shower. Another 16% eat breakfast first thing, while 1 in 4 of us ensure caffeine is in the blood, having a morning coffee to kick things off.
What that means is that natural gas is part of almost all Australian mornings. Whether it’s cooking bacon and eggs for breakfast, heating your water to just the right temperature, or warming up by the heater while drinking your cup of coffee, natural gas is part of every morning.
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