Does anyone in the Chicagoland area remember the heat wave we had earlier this month? It’s likely that there are more to come, which will of course impact how much electricity we use to cool our homes and subsequently how much we pay for it.
This week, summer officially begins. While the summer heat has already begun in some areas of the country, it’s that time of year when we may be thinking of ways to keep ourselves cool, conserve energy within our homes, and keep our electricity bills low.
Recently, the Philadelphia Inquirer published an article about how some residents in New Jersey have been feeling overwhelmed by the many options now available for home electricity supply. With offers providing price certainty and savings, electric choice can be exciting so exploring your options shouldn’t be stressful.
The holidays are fast approaching and winter is right around the corner. As you prepare to visit with family and friends, I have a few recommendations for easy ways to make your home more energy efficient.
If you live in the JCPL and PSEG utility service territories in New Jersey then you have probably heard about our offer to residential customers to save on their electricity bill. Since we began offering electricity services in New Jersey thousands of residential customers have signed up with us for price certainty and the opportunity
While my two daughters may be both grown and out of the house, there are a number of energy saving tips that parents can share with younger children. Ways to save water: Let your kids know that it’s better to not let the water run when they’re brushing their teeth or doing the dishes.
After a long day at school and many hours spent each night completing homework, the last thing a child probably wants to do is learn. So what better way to engage kids in learning more about green energy than to make it fun?
If you live in a state that offers competitive electricity options, you can choose a new electric supplier, just like choosing a new phone, Internet or TV service. .
Throughout the summer and winter months we tend to use more energy at home whether we realize it or not. .