Whether you are an individual or organisation, improving your energy efficiency has direct benefits for you. This applies equally whether you are at work, at home, in leisure, or in education.
Put simply, more efficient energy use will mean you spend less on energy. The money you invest should be returned through cheaper bills after the improvements are made. Additionally, better energy efficiency can lead to more disposable income, allowing you to spend more on the things you really want to. Improving your energy efficiency can also help to make you more independent, less vulnerable to supply failures and less exposed to price changes. With a more comfortable home and workplace, there are also potential benefits for your health and well-being.
You can read more on the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change website in the article The Many Benefits of Industrial Energy Efficiency, Interactive UNFCCC Dialogue Explored Policies for Reaping Benefits (11 APR 2017)