One of the best things about the holiday season is the food. But all that baking, cooking, and preparing for holiday parties can wreak havoc on your energy bills. To help keep your energy bills under control this holiday season, here are seven ways to conserve energy in your home.
When the cold wind starts to blow and winter draws near, you know it’s time to think about your gas bill. Heating your home in the winter can come at a steep price, especially if you haven’t taken steps to prepare your house for the cold.
Maybe you’ve looked into green energy for the environment, but there’s so much more to it than that. So what is green energy’s impact on the world, apart from the environmental benefits?
- How Much Electricity Do My Home Appliances Use?
- 4 Ways to Conserve Energy at Home
- 7 Ways to Conserve Energy at Home This Holiday Season
- How to Use Less Natural Gas and Save on Your Bill This Winter
- What Are the Benefits of Natural Gas Over Other Energy Sources?
- What Are the Benefits of Green Energy?
- 9 Things You Didn’t Know About Green Energy
- Why Go Green: The Economic and Environmental Benefits
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After 25+ years in the energy industry, we understand that smart energy management can change the world for the better, especially as the energy landscape evolves by adding new technologies, and as new regulations are added to the marketplace. Empowerment of consumers to make their own decisions on how to best manage their energy resources is essential to creating this change. As one of America’s leading independent energy suppliers advocating for the consumer, we feel we have a unique opportunity to help.
By providing education, support, and competitive rates on natural gas and electricity supply, we are creating a chance for consumers to engage. We are also working towards a better energy future through other initiatives like: solar power; commercial and industrial energy supply; green energy options; home protection products; compressed natural gas (CNG) stations and fleet vehicles; and alternate forms of power generation like combined heat and power (CHP).