For the past eleven years, hundreds of TXU Energy employees, the Texas Trees Foundation and volunteers from the community have gathered annually at the TXU Energy Urban Tree Farm and Education Center to host a variety of projects that benefit the environment.
We’re changing the way we impact the environment, the community and you – from the ground up!
We take our commitment to you and the communities we serve seriously, and one significant way we demonstrate this is by providing trees to neighborhood associations, schools, nonprofit organizations and municipalities – all to improve the quality of life today and make a sustainable difference for tomorrow.
For our residential customers, energy efficiency in the home is an important topic. It’s no surprise that our small business customers are just as concerned about efficiency because it directly relates to controlling costs in your business. But have you thought about how it relates to productivity as well?
One of the fastest growing uses of power in our homes is consumer electronics. Think of how many TVs, DVD players, video game consoles or phone chargers you have plugged in at a given time. According to the ENERGY STAR® Web site, household electronics account for 15 percent of household power use, so finding a way to cut back is a way to save some money. Here are a few simple ways to do that.
You may already know that we often talk about home energy efficiency and the benefits of ENERGY STAR®. Small business owners can easily practice some of the same principles. After all, business energy efficiency helps your businesses be more environmentally friendly and control costs.