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Direct Energy Buzz for July 2014

Welcome to the July 2014 edition of the Direct Energy Buzz. The worlds of energy and technology have experienced lots of activity recently, so let’s get into it! Get Smart Comfort, Control, and Savings with Smart Thermostats Direct Energy wants our customers to be more energy efficient. That’s why we are now offering two new [&hellip

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How to Install Your Nest Learning Thermostat

EnergyStar.gov estimates a properly used programmable thermostat can save $180 off energy costs. Unfortunately, too many of us don’t take the time or even know how to program the thermostat we have at home Wouldn’t it be convenient if there was one that could learn and adapt to your lifestyle? Well, you’re in luck! The Nest [&hellip

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Announcing the Direct Energy Comfort & Control Plans – Complete with a Nest Learning Thermostat!

Direct Energy is excited to present the Comfort & Control 24 and 36 for New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Illinois! Residents of those 5 wonderful states can now choose either a 2- or 3-year fixed-rate electricity plan that includes the Nest Learning Thermostat at no additional cost (a $249 value). When you lock in your [&hellip

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Giving Dogs a Voice: Cydney Cross Makes a Difference as 2014 Capital Region Volunteer Citizen of the Year

In my 1.5 years at Direct Energy managing various community investment initiatives, I have never seen the support for a volunteer like I witnessed with Cydney Cross, winner of Direct Energy and The Gazette’s 2014 Capital Region Volunteer Citizen of the Year award. To start, her wonderfully written nomination hailed from a dear friend and [&hellip

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Moving Done Easy with Our Moving Timeline and Checklist

Hopefully, you’ve enjoyed a productive moving season thus far. Direct Energy has spent the past few weeks sharing a host of ideas, tips, and recommendations designed to help you and your family have the best move possible. Moving is stressful, especially when you think about every facet of the moving process in one fell swoop, including [&hellip

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Celebrating the 2014 Chicago Volunteer Citizen of the Year Award Winner – Mary Beth Schewitz

Mary Beth Schewitz and her husband, David, endured the tragic loss of their son, Max, a seemingly healthy 20-year-old, from sudden cardiac death in 2005. He had no previous medical conditions or warning signs. Following this, Mary Beth established The Max Schewitz Foundation to provide free school-wide EKG screenings with free echo-cardiograms for a subset [&hellip