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Energy Saving Tips for Summer

Energy Saving Tips for Summer

Summertime Energy-saving Tips The temperature isn’t the only thing rising in the summer. You might also be seeing an uptick on your energy bills as you turn up those air conditione ...

Swimming Pool Energy Saving Tips

Swimming Pool Energy Saving Tips

Ahhhhh, summer. Winter is a distant memory and the swimming pool beckons. Summer can also be a time of increased energy expense, though, if you own one of the 10.4 million resident ...

How to Switch Electricity Companies

How to Switch Electricity Companies

Not so long ago, each household would deal with just one utility company. The electricity and natural gas arrived in your home; the utility set the price with oversight by the stat ...

Brownout vs. Blackout: What to do when the power goes out

Brownout vs. Blackout: What to do when the power goes out

Ah, summer. Longer days, family vacations, warmer weather — who doesn’t love summer living? Summer can also be a time of increased power outages as heatwaves sometimes test the pow ...

Which is More Energy Efficient? Microwave vs Toaster Oven vs  Oven

Which is More Energy Efficient? Microwave vs Toaster Oven vs Oven

Choosing the right energy-efficient cooking appliance for the right task is one easy way to save energy and potentially lower your energy costs at home. (Not sure where to start? T ...

Programmable Thermostat Savings

Programmable Thermostat Savings

Want to make a change that can quickly lower your home heating and cooling costs? Consider installing a programmable or self-programming thermostat. According to ENERGY STAR, a hom ...

Small Business Checklist: small business energy cost cutting ideas

Small Business Checklist: small business energy cost cutting ideas

According to the Small Business Association, more than half of Americans either own or work for a small business, and these create two out of three new jobs in the U.S. every year. ...

Energy Saving Tips for Summer

Summertime Energy-saving Tips The temperature isn’t the only thing rising in the summer. You might also be seeing an uptick on your energy bills as you turn up those air conditioners, run those pool pumps longer, and turn on fans. So, when the mercury’s rising, you might want some tips for how to save energy. In the summer, soaring temperatures don’t mean your energy bills need to reach record highs, too. W ...

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Swimming Pool Energy Saving Tips

Ahhhhh, summer. Winter is a distant memory and the swimming pool beckons. Summer can also be a time of increased energy expense, though, if you own one of the 10.4 million residential swimming pools in the U.S. That’s why we’ve created this list of swimming pool energy savings tips. We want you to enjoy your pool without having your temperature rise when your monthly energy bill arrives. Dive in! Energy eff ...

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How to Switch Electricity Companies

Not so long ago, each household would deal with just one utility company. The electricity and natural gas arrived in your home; the utility set the price with oversight by the state government’s regulatory agency; you paid the bill. Today, consumers have more options. It’s called Energy Choice, which means that consumers can switch energy providers if they choose to do so. Available in 17 states and countin ...

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Brownout vs. Blackout: What to do when the power goes out

Ah, summer. Longer days, family vacations, warmer weather — who doesn’t love summer living? Summer can also be a time of increased power outages as heatwaves sometimes test the power grid system and more severe storms can wreak havoc. Not to worry, however. Here’s how to prepare for a power outage so your family is not in the dark—literally—when the power goes out. Before we get into what to do when power g ...

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Which is More Energy Efficient? Microwave vs Toaster Oven vs Oven

Choosing the right energy-efficient cooking appliance for the right task is one easy way to save energy and potentially lower your energy costs at home. (Not sure where to start? Take our Which is More Energy Efficient? quiz on top-used appliances). We’ve already written about the energy showdown between LED vs CFL bulbs, crockpots vs ovens, and gas vs electric dryers. Now it’s time to crown the winner of t ...

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Programmable Thermostat Savings

Want to make a change that can quickly lower your home heating and cooling costs? Consider installing a programmable or self-programming thermostat. According to ENERGY STAR, a homeowner can save as much as 10% a year in heating and cooling costs by turning back thermostats seven to 10 degrees Fahrenheit for eight hours a day. You can do this by hand, of course. But you can likely achieve greater savings us ...

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