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.
Posted December 9, 2015 by Vernon Trollinger
This year’s El Niño has been one of the strongest ones on record. Not only has it suppressed hurricanes in the Atlantic, it has also kept North America warm.
Posted December 4, 2015 by Brooke Drake
Much to my enjoyment, the holiday season has finally arrived, which means it’s time to break out the holiday decorations! While twinkling white lights are typical for holiday decorations, they can get expensive keeping them on all season long or just plain aggravating to plug and unplug them each day.
Posted October 24, 2015 by Adam P. Newton
Losing your power is NEVER fun, but when it happens during a bad storm like Hurricane Patricia, that can get really nerve-wracking. If this ever happens, you must call your local Texas utility company immediately. It’s the utility company for your area that fixes any problems with the lines, poles, and meters delivering electricity.
Posted July 21, 2015 by Brooke Drake
Rainy days – we’ve had a lot of them this past summer. As we dive deeper into hurricane season, there’s a chance for more rainy days ahead. Try our these six rainy day activities that don’t use any energy to keep your kids entertained indoors and to help lower your energy bill.
Posted July 14, 2015 by Vernon Trollinger
No matter where you live, when flooding damages to your home, your family will face a whole range of heartache, especially if you’re displaced to temporary lodging. Your home is your biggest asset, so you want to know right away how bad it is, what costs you’re facing, and most of all, how long it will take to make it just like new. Until you can answer those questions, you’re going to feel vulnerable, anxious, and stressed.