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Direct Energy Buzz for June 2014

Welcome to the Direct Energy Buzz for June 2014! This month, we’re bringing you developments in Direct Energy news in addition to some simple energy saving life hacks. Facebook News: To begin with, Direct Energy reached 200,000 “Likes” on Facebook with the help from our great friends, fans, and customers. By “Liking” us on Facebook, you [&hellip

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Understanding the Predictions for the 2014 Hurricane Season

The dire hurricane predictions for an active 2013 hurricane season overshot the actual number of storms that occurred: thirteen named storms and only two hurricanes. In spite of warm waters off the west coast of Africa that make a nursery for powerful cyclones, most tropical systems dissipated before organizing into storms. This was due to unexpectedly [&hellip

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Direct Energy Buzz June 14 Edition

It’s Friday, time for your weekly roundup of Direct Energy news, energy tips and Hot Job! We have a ton to talk about this week, most importantly, we launched our new website! If you haven’t had a chance to check it out, visit www.directenergy.com. We’d love to hear your thoughts on the new look and [&hellip

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Direct Energy Buzz June 7 Edition

Happy Friday, y’all! We’re excited about the weekend, are you? We’ve had a lot going on this week, so here’s your recap of Direct Energy happenings. Hurricane season officially began on June 1, so on Monday, we shared some tips on how to prepare your home for potential storms. For more information on getting ready [&hellip

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Preparing for Hurricane Season

With the start of June, hurricane season is officially here! As forecasters are already warning that the 2013 hurricane season may be more active than normal, it’s important to make sure you’re prepared before a hurricane hits. To prepare for hurricane season, here’s what you should do: Know your homes vulnerability to storm surge, flooding [&hellip