Out with the old, and in with the new! 2017 has been a busy year for everyone in the Constellation family, and we want to share some of this year’s most popular posts. As we prepare for the new year, let’s look back on what you may have missed in 2017.
Perfect for the upcoming 2018 tax season, this blog post offers important tips on how to save money with home improvement tax credits and rebates. Check out our Homeowners’ Guide to Tax Credits and Rebates to find out the numerous ways to save!
Your refrigerator might be using more energy than you think. Your fridge is the hardest-working appliance, and also the most expensive to power (especially around the holidays). Save on energy costs and worry less with our Guide to Energy-Efficient Refrigerators.
Imagine living in a world where you could control your lights, your thermostat, and lock/unlock the front door with just the touch of a button, or even the sound of your voice! Now imagine that world already exists, and you’re living in it. Unravel the mysteries of Home Automation with Constellation.
Want more energy knowledge? We’ve got it! Check out our energy blog for more tips and tricks to save you energy and money. In the meantime, Happy New Year, and thanks for being a part of the Constellation family.
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If you’re in the market to buy a vacuum cleaner, you have many options. It used to be that the choice you had was classic upright vs.
Power outages can be unpredictable — and are unfortunately common — events, affecting more than 36 million Americans in 2017 alone. If a blackout lasts for a long time, it can create many challenging and potentially dangerous situations for families.
This lesson will help students understand how electricity is transported and how smart meters and grid upgrades will help utilities and customers understand their energy consumption in an effort to save energy. Students will also be introduced to microgrids as a way for communities to reduce energy consumption collectively and ensure their local electrical infrastructure