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Give Mom a hand getting the house ready for summer

Mother’s Day is Sunday, and summer isn’t far behind. Give the Mom in your life an extra gift this year – and we definitely think you should still give her…

Your Guide to Avoid Door-to-Door Energy Scams

Hear the doorbell? You peek out and see a well-dressed young man with a badge. You decide to open the door, and the man identifies himself as a representative of…

Save $689 a year on electricity by following these 10 tips

Choosing a cheaper electricity supply plan from a competitive retail provider isn’t the only way to save on how much you pay for electricity. Changing a few common habits also…

Severe weather could lead to energy price spike

You survived the Polar Vortex/bombgenesis/bomb cyclone during the first days of the New Year. Now you need to hang in there a few days to survive the Great Southern (and…

Energy assistance programs for low-income customers

Whether there’s snow falling from the sky or heat radiating off the pavement, no household should go without energy to regulate the temperature inside – even if you can’t afford…

10 Energy-Saving Tips to Survive the Winter

Sparkling snowbanks and glassy icicles make winter a magical time. But as much as we love the frosty weather, it should stay where it belongs: outside. This season, make sure…

10 Ways to Lower Your Monthly Bills and Save More

One of the biggest challenges in personal budgeting is figuring out ways to spend less money — and one of the best ways to accomplish that is to cut down on…

Are you ready for a 3 month Texas heatwave?

Sorry Texans, it’s going to continue to be a hot summer with very little break from the heat in sight. Source: The Weather Channel…

Small Business Energy Saving Tips

Did you know that energy costs are almost always a top 5 expense for businesses? Regardless of industry, energy expenses…

Some Electrifying Facts About Picking a Power Company in Texas

Moving to Texas? Are you one of the 1,000 people per day that move to Texas? Things in the Texas market are different than much of the…