Ever wonder how much energy your home actually uses? Did you know that leaving appliances and electronics running constantly, as so many of us do, generate added energy expenses that can really add up? Our latest energy infographic, “The Habits of Home,” shares a few of the staggering statistics about just how much energy the average household uses and how seemingly simple changes can make a big difference on your electric bill. Let our new infographic break it down, room by room.
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Tips for Saving on Your Energy Bill Now that you have a sense of how you are possibly using energy in your home, here are some practical tips for reducing your energy consumption:
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Based on what you know about your own energy consumption habits, try implementing a few energy saving tips and “bright ideas!” And spread the good word about of a greener, more efficient home by sharing this energy infographic with your family and friends. Changing your energy consumption habits today can affect your world tomorrow! © 2015 Constellation Energy Resources, LLC. These materials are provided by Constellation NewEnergy, Inc., Constellation Energy Power Choice, Inc., Constellation Energy Gas Choice, Inc., Constellation Energy Services, Inc., Constellation Energy Services – Natural Gas, LLC , or BGE Home Products & Services, LLC (d/b/a BGE Home, Constellation Electric and Constellation Home in Maryland and d/b/a Constellation Home in Pennsylvania and Texas), each a subsidiary of Exelon Corporation.. Brand names and product names are trademarks or service marks of their respective holders. All rights reserved. Errors and omissions excepted.
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