Help Control Power Costs by Conserving During hot Weather

LIVINGSTON August 19, 2019 - Temperatures are hot and demand for electricity is high. The wholesale price of electricity increases during the hours of high demand, which are usually between 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. Help us control power costs by conserving during the hot weather. 

  • Bump up your thermostat a degree or two.
  • Avoid using your oven or washing and drying clothes until later in the evening.
  • Turn off non-essential lights. 

These simple steps can reduce your electric bill. They have the added benefit of helping to keep the cost per kilowatt-hour down.

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