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. Want to make all of this possible? Then, you may want to follow these easy tips.
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SOURCES: U.S. Department of Energy & BGE HOME. BGE HOME is a subsidiary of Constellation Energy. BGE HOME is not the same company as BGE, a regulated utility.
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