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The NOAA forecasts temperatures across the United States to be 13% colder this winter than in 2016.
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From October 25 through December 30, you can help us send more brand new coats to children in need in your community.
Just like meteorologists on television predict how the weather might affect your weekend plans, there are meteorologists off screen who predict how the weather will impact the demand of energy commodities like natural gas and electricity.
Being an energy-conscious consumer means knowing what small steps you can take to ensure that your limiting your energy usage when possible. Here we debunk 3 common myths about computer power use.
Congratulations on making the decision to select an energy supplier! Though your service won’t change with your utility, you have taken an important step in taking control of your monthly energy budget. No matter what supplier you’ve selected, your utility will still continue to service your lines and wires, and will continue to deliver your […]
A common misconception in the renters’ world is that there is nothing you can do to control your energy. Read more about what you can do.
As science continues to present convincing evidence that human life significantly affects the health and sustainability of the Earth we live on, countless business, cities, and even entire countries around the world have brought new life to green, or renewable, energy. Often we picture going ‘green’ as taking measures to go off-grid or cut all […]
Because temperature control, on average, makes up the bulk of a household energy bill, reducing the energy your home uses on heating and cooling is most likely one of your biggest opportunities to control your household energy budget. There are a few things you can do to be more intentional with your heating and cooling, while still staying comfortable at home:
There are some new technologies that may significantly change the way we consume energy over the next 5 to 10 years. Here are some of the new energy innovations that top the list:
By building personal relationships with customers in the communities where we live and work, our door-to-door approach allows us to make sales that we feel good about because we helped customers make the right decisions for them.