Posted September 11, 2018 by Josh Crank
Smartphones have become such universal devices that they’ve replaced many of the other little gadgets we used to carry around — even the Mp3 players from our gym bags. Maybe you’ve experienced the dread of showing up at the gym ready for an intense workout, only to discover that your smartphone battery is nearly dead. And if you think that’s bad, imagine what it would be like if you had to exercise just to fill the battery back up again.
Posted August 14, 2018 by Josh Crank
Do you need a strong cup of joe before heading to the gym for an early morning workout? If so, be glad your automatic drip coffee maker gets its power from an outlet and not from you. Us humans can generate a few watts worth of energy ourselves when we put in the time and effort, but as you’ll see, exercising to power your coffee maker is not the best part of waking up.
Posted July 10, 2018 by Josh Crank
The dishwasher is one of the most time-saving appliances in any modern kitchen. Most dishwashers can make two sink loads of dishes sparkle in an hour or less, all at the push of a button. But it can’t get the job done without a steady flow of electricity — so how much time would it save you if you had to generate all that electricity yourself?
Posted June 5, 2018 by Josh Crank
Microwaves make food preparation so quick and easy, it almost seems like magic. That technology can be easy to take for granted — as well as the electrical current that makes microwave cooking possible.
Posted June 1, 2018 by Jessica Bivins
When signing up for a new electricity plan, you may see several different terms and plan types. One common plan type is fixed-rate electricity, which gives you the ability to lock in an energy rate for a certain length of time and protect yourself from energy market price spikes. We share how a fixed-rate plan works and how this type of plan can benefit you.
Posted April 12, 2018 by Josh Crank
Is your refrigerator running? We won’t ask you to go out and catch it — but if you did, you’d use plenty of your own physical energy, just like your refrigerator uses the energy coursing through your home wiring.