Tips for Lowering Your Energy Bill
Use less energy and save more money with simple, small changes around your home or business.
Use Your Clothes Dryer Decisively.
Clothes dryers use more energy than any other appliance. Hang-drying laundry is one of the simplest ways to save energy.
Keep shades, blinds, and curtains drawn.
About 40 percent of unwanted heat comes through windows.
Make Your Refrigerator Run More Efficiently.
Clean the coils yearly and set the temperature to 38°F to conserve energy effortlessly.
Switch off unneeded lights.
Lighting accounts for nearly 15% of energy costs. Last to leave? Turn off the lights on your way out the door.
Use your dishwasher wisely.
Run full loads, avoid special cycles, and air-dry or towel off clean dishes.
Use power strips for electronics.
With the flip of a switch, you can easily cut off power to multiple devices at once.
Save with LEDs
Switch out any incandescent or CFL bulb as a quick and simple way to reduce your energy use.Learn More
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