Tag Archives: energy savings
Constructed from 1929-1931 (and renovated in 1933 to repair damage from the giant ape incident), the Empire State Building has long held the fascination of the American public as an iconic symbol of the country’s rise in the 20th century. … Continue Reading
With state and city budgets tightening, many school districts are starting to feel the pressure. TXU Energy was able to help out one district, however, with a $260,000 award for completing energy efficiency measures in its schools ̶ paid through … Continue Reading
Are you taking a vacation this summer? Your home should too! By preparing your house for your absence, you can cut down on energy costs and have more money to spend on souvenirs during your trip.
We may not spend as much time in the bathroom as we do other parts of the house, but as it turns out, bathroom vanity lighting is among the largest electricity users in our homes, according to the ENERGY STAR®. With … Continue Reading
Cooler temperatures may have meant lower electricity costs for some, but it’s still a good idea to watch your bills this winter if you’re on a variable rate electricity plan with another provider.