Posted March 7, 2017 by Vernon Trollinger
Possibly the biggest factor effecting your electric bill is the weather. It not only directly influences how much you use to heat or cool your home but also effects the demand, supply, and ultimately the price of energy on the wholesale markets. In our What’s the Weather? series, we’ll track weather forecasts and events to see how they impact your energy bills and how that information can help you save.
Posted October 5, 2016 by Vernon Trollinger
Posted August 31, 2016 by John Rose
Kids are curious, resilient, and often times much braver than we give them credit for, but they still look to parents for help and guidance when the world seems too big for them to handle. When that time arrives, instinct tells us to don our “Super Parent” cape for them to hide behind as we keep the tough stuff at bay.
Posted August 25, 2016 by Ebony Porter
Whether you live in parts of the country affected by hurricanes, or where snowfall impacts your electricity, weather emergencies can arrive quickly and without warning. Being prepared for emergencies before they happen can be the key to survival and safety, and in the event of displacement, they will keep everyone as comfortable as possible.
Posted August 3, 2016 by Adam P. Newton
Posted July 27, 2016 by Ebony Porter
Miles from the energy churn of a big chain hotel, camping encourages you to head into the wilderness to get away from the electric hum of the city, alongside its sound and light pollution. In short, it’s naturally energy-efficient.