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Switching to solar is smart and sustainable. Buying or leasing, the main similarity is the cost savings you as the homeowner get while at the same time creating long-term, renewable, and clean energy independence. This benefit helps you now, as well as future generations.


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Whether you live in Dallas or San Antonio, there’s a lot involved with an energy infrastructure as large as Texas has. At Price to Compare, we believe that just because everything is bigger in Texas, your energy bill doesn’t have to be.


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If you’re looking to protect yourself and the environment from energy waste, using light-emitting diode (LED) lighting is a great way to save big. Energy efficient LED lights combine state of the art technology and have surged into high demand for top light quality, durability, long life spans and impressive energy savings.

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Walking through your home, what do you think uses the most electricity? Of all the modern conveniences in our houses today, air conditioners are one of the biggest electricity draws and pocketbook drains. Yet, keeping things comfortable is essential and there’s nothing like walking inside on a hot, sunny day to a cool, refreshing environment. That’s why finding an energy efficient air conditioner is key.


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It’s a tough time of year, but winter can be a lot of fun. It's important to plan ahead and avoid common winter mistakes that could leave you in the red at the end of the season.

Here are some of the most common winter mistakes along with holiday money saving tips to help you get through this tough time without going broke:

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The typical American spends anywhere between $2,000 and $4,000 on fuel per year. So anything promising low emissions and zero dependence on fuel sounds perfect, doesn’t it? Electric vehicles sound like a dream, yet there are some factors to consider before purchasing one. Granted you’re not paying for fuel, but electricity is neither cheap nor free. Depending on how much you travel, how often and how far, the calculations will vary.

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With gas prices going up, the last thing you want is a high energy bill too. There are many ways you can go about being energy efficient. From the appliances used to the amount of time, you use them for.

Instead of having those energy bills sneak up on you, here are three different ways to save energy in your bathroom. These three ideas can help with your overall home energy savings.

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In today’s modern home, there are electronic devices and appliances in just about every room. From the kitchen to the bedroom, and even the bathroom, you have a host of small gadgets throughout your home. The coffee maker, the toaster, mobile phones, and their chargers, just to name a few — if they are unplugged while not in use, the savings add up over the year.

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