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Why? Appliances typically account for 13% of total energy use. Cutting back appliance use can help you save during Peak...
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Why? Using pre-charged electronic devices during Peak Events will reduce the amount of electricity needed for charging during that time...
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Why? Plug-in power meters show you the exact wattage your electronics and appliances use. Compare the wattage of devices in your home to learn which draw the most...
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Why? Electric ovens use more electricity than any other cooking appliance. You can save money by avoiding using your oven during Peak...
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Why? In most homes, if you add up all the air leaks, the impact on your energy use is similar to leaving a window open. Air sealing is one of the most...
Save up to $285 per year
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Why? If you have baseboard heaters, you probably know they supply heat to each room individually. If you have thermostats in separate rooms, you can use the...
Save up to $210 per year
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Why? Ducts carry air from your heating and AC systems to each room of your home. When ducts have leaks, they can lose up to 30% of heated or cooled air before it...
Save up to $250 per year
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Why? Dishwashers use a significant amount of energy to heat the water used with each load you...
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Why? The edges of doors and windows are often not sealed well, allowing unconditioned air to seep into your home or conditioned air to escape. Weatherstripping...
Save up to $190 per year
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