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Are Solar Panels Right for You?

Solar panels, usually mounted on your roof, convert the sun’s energy into usable electricity. Are you considering if solar is right for you and your family? There’s a lot to think about when determining if solar panels are a good option. Before you make a decision, consider some of the facts and read our helpful …

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Plan Ahead: National Preparedness Month

September is National Preparedness Month. This observance recognizes the importance of family and community disaster planning. Stay ahead of the curve — follow these steps and build your emergency preparedness plan today. Outline Your Guide Create a detailed plan of action outlining your step-by-step approach in the event of a disaster. Talk with your friends …

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Trying to Catch Up on Bills?

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed life for all of us. We understand that many families are experiencing financial troubles. If that’s you, we want to help you get back on track.  Since March, we’ve temporarily suspended disconnections for non-payment. As part of our return to standard business operations, service disconnections for past due customer accounts …

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Saving Energy Made Easy: Office Tips

Whether your office space is slowly reopening under new guidelines or you are continuing to work from home, refresh yourself on energy efficiency best practices to help save energy and money.  Conduct an energy audit.  Once you get back to the office, take a look around your workspace. Check for opportunities to conserve energy. Unplug …

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Summer’s Heating Up

We know people are spending more time at home this summer to reduce the spread of COVID-19. This extra time can increase energy costs, especially with the rising summer temperatures.  Try these inexpensive and easy tips at home to help reduce your energy consumption and stay cool, too.  Embrace the natural light. If the sun’s …

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Storm Season in Full Swing

Summertime means sunshine, longer days — and storm season. Humidity and warm air are often the cause of storms, which can leave your home damaged or without power. Consider these tips to keep your family and home safe. Have a safety plan.  Most importantly, know where to go when a storm hits. Identify a safe …

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