Tag: electronics

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Even Energy Zombies Make Mistakes

Mondays tend to be a little tough for everyone. Therefore, we thought we’d get this week started by sharing fun outtakes from our Energy Zombies video series. If you haven’t met Chunk and Rita Shambles yet, they are Energy Zombies and they’re looking to infect your home! Every time you leave electronics plugged in that [&hellip

Buzz

Direct Energy Buzz – November 2 edition

We’ve never met a Friday we didn’t like, nor have we ever not welcomed a weekend with open arms. Give yourself a pat on the back because we made it! This past week has been a roller coaster of emotions. Between Hurricane Sandy and Zombie takeovers, we’re ready to share this week’s Direct Energy Buzz. [&hellip

Thermostat Wars!

The Good, The Bad and The Thermostat War

We have all been there; you turn the thermostat up in order to melt the icicles hanging from your fingers. Thirty minutes go by and you’re still freezing. You check the thermostat to find someone has turned it down. This is a basic case of thermostat wars! Chunk and Rita Shambles often have the same [&hellip

Don’t Let Snack Time Affect Your Bill!

Now that you have met Chunk and Rita Shambles, you know they are not the best guests to have at your dinner party. If you are still feeling hospitable and want to have them over of for a snack, perhaps a cup of tea and cucumber sandwiches, you may want to think twice. Being the [&hellip

Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas Take Action

Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas Take Action

We could not be more excited about our partnership with the Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas. One of the GSNETX’s three keys to leadership is TAKE ACTION. With this in mind, the Girl Scouts are promoting exercise, community service and energy efficiency through the 10.11.12 initiative. The 10.11.12 initiative is a commitment to the community [&hellip

The Deadly Truth About Zombie Electronics

The Deadly Truth About Zombie Electronics

We have warned you about the dangers that zombie electronics pose to your wallet. However, these vicious energy eaters present a greater danger to you and your home. Did you know electrical fires claim the lives of 280 Americans each year and injure 1,000 more? Electrical extension cords must be used wisely and never be [&hellip