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We’ve got you covered no matter what the weather brings.

Check out these helpful tools and simple year-round tips to reduce your electricity usage.

Budget Tools.

We've got your back with helpful alerts and tools that make keeping to a budget every month a lot easier.

Top Energy Users.

Did you know your water heater uses more electricity than your fridge? Visit our Appliance Guide to find out how much your other household appliances use every year.

Give your A/C a break.

Want to take advantage of the cooler weather? Try opening some of your windows to let the cool air in.

Swap it out, then save.

Regularly clean or replace your air filter and save up to 15% on annual energy costs.

Additional Tips

  • Try a programmable or smart thermostat to save up to $100 annually. Set it to automatically adjust when you’re asleep or away so that it runs less often.
  • Have your HVAC equipment checked by a professional every year.
  • Replace incandescent bulbs with LEDs—these bulbs radiate 75% less heat and last up to five times as long.
  • Seal air leaks with caulking and weather stripping. It's one of the most cost-effective ways to save on heating.
  • Air dry dishes instead of using the dishwasher's drying heater.
  • Wash your clothes in cold or warm water to cut energy usage per load in half. Try hanging washed clothes outdoors or lay flat to dry inside.
  • Keep your fridge temperature between 35-38° and your freezer at 5°.
  • Grill more. Cooking outdoors means your stove and oven can sit one out.