This September we focus is preparing and educating older adults for disasters, who often have additional medical, dietary and/or transportation needs and considerations.
With continued high temperatures expected in the coming days across parts of our service area, we ask customers to join us in taking every precaution to remain safe from the extreme heat and follow any local or state orders, like full or partial burn bans.
There are a variety of updates you can make to your home that will add some modern comfort and efficiency while keeping that old-house charm.
Make plans now to be safety aware and stay informed during the peak part of the season.
While technology advances have made today's refrigerators more efficient than ever, the growing trend of homeowners buying a new model and keeping the old is negating those efficiency gains.
There are a number of simple, low-cost measures you can take that will reduce your energy costs starting today.
Applying for federal energy bill payment assistance can be challenging. We’re here to help. Learn how customers are benefiting from our digital platform that simplifies the federal Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program application process.
With extreme temperatures, we’ve already seen customers surpassing previously set records for electricity usage, and we estimate that persistent high temperatures in the coming week could result in new peak usage in the regions we serve. Customers should be aware of how their energy usage impacts their bill costs.
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