Did you know that as much as 15% of the energy in the average American home is used in the kitchen? Whether or not you're hosting this Thanksgiving, check out our three top tips to ensure you're conserving energy in the kitchen.
The holidays are a time for family, friends, fun and food! Making a memorable holiday meal is no small feat, and all that cooking can crank up your energy use and your monthly bill. These quick tips can help you save energy and money without scrimping on your celebration.
Halloween is quickly approaching, and while everyone is planning on having a good time – it’s important to stay safe while doing so. If you’re planning to pull out the Halloween decorations and jack-o-lanterns or go trick-or-treating in costume, follow these safety tips.
It’s time to turn back the clock and turn up your energy savings. When daylight saving time ends on Sunday, November 3 you gain an hour - along with longer nights, shorter days and cooler temperatures. It’s a perfect time to get your home ready for winter, which can help you save energy while you’re waiting to spring forward again.
It finally feels like fall in most of our service area, which means the holidays are right around the corner. Why not get a jump-start on the celebrations by making sure your kitchen is as energy efficient as it can be?
It's fall, and that means it's football season! Whether you're heading to the gridiron or catching the game on your couch, find out just how much electricity you'll be using while rooting for your favorite team.
Air leaks in your home may be costing you money. Fortunately, sealing those leaks is an easy and inexpensive fix that will save you money and make your home more comfortable, especially heading into the winter months.
While the calendar technically says it’s fall and pumpkin spice flavored everything fills the stores, Texans are still feeling the heat.
While the calendar technically says it’s fall and everything now comes pumpkin spice flavored, Louisianans are still feeling the heat.