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8 minutes
10/16/2023

Top 10 Energy-Draining Appliances And How To Manage Them

Energy is a precious resource that fuels our daily activities. However, it’s no secret that some of our appliances can be secret energy vampires, silently draining power and increasing our utility bills. Don’t let your bills be haunted by the ghosts of excess energy consumption! Identifying and
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5 minutes
10/13/2023

When is the Best Time to Buy an Energy Plan in Texas?

Extreme weather conditions, whether from winter storms or heat waves, exert significant strain on the Texas electric grid, leading to increased demand, rate spikes, and potential supply shortages. These conditions can result in power outages, especially in regions where consistent energy is vital fo
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5 minutes
10/09/2023

Short-Term vs. Long-Term Energy Contracts

Have you noticed what’s happening with energy rates? Over time, the energy to power our homes is costing more and more. Compared to pre-pandemic levels, residential electricity rates are up 20-30% or more. One way to cope with the effect of rising rates is to select the right energy plan. With j
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5 minutes
10/04/2023

How to Negotiate an Electric Bill

Key Takeaways In America, price negotiation is a way of life. We haggle over the price of everything from homes to cars. What you may not realize is that you can often negotiate your electric bill as well. States with deregulated energy typically offer the best opportunities to save. The American Co
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5 minutes
09/29/2023

How to Calculate Your Electric Bill

Electricity is a major expense for many consumers. From 2021 to 2022, the average monthly residential electric bill increased from $121 to $137. When adjusted for inflation, that’s a 40-year high! These increases were driven by a 34% rise in the cost of fossil fuels used to operate p
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