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7 Tips To Keep Your Electric Bill Off The Naughty List

The holidays are coming and, for most people, that means your electricity usage will go up. This likely means that your holiday electric bills will go up as well.

Between late night festivities, holiday decorations, house guests, and lots of extra activity, utility bills go up almost every holiday season. That doesn’t have to happen, though, if you follow some helpful hints for cutting down on your power usage during these coming holiday weeks.

After all, you’ll appreciate a lower winter energy bill after the festivities are over in January.

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LED Christmas Lights: How Much Will You Save In Energy Costs?

Is decorating your house for the holiday season a growing obsession? Are you the next Clark Griswold?

For most people, once they start the tradition it continues to grow, year after year. After all, who can pass up the deep discounts at those after-Christmas sales? The only problem with an ever-growing collection of bright holiday cheeriness is that your electric bill will grow right along with your collection of lights.

It doesn’t have to be that way. While your old strings of lights and other electric decorations can add a big chunk to your holiday electric bill, today’s newer twinkles cost next to nothing for shining through the holiday season.

Make a sensible switch before decorating season and you’ll shine through the holidays for a fraction of the cost.

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What Appliances Use The Most Electricity?

When it comes to energy usage, not all appliances are created equal.

It makes sense to think of smaller appliances like coffee makers using less power than refrigerators and air conditioners, but there are even differences between models of the same machine. The individual differences might be small, but using the more economical versions can create savings of hundreds of dollars each year.

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What Is A Kilowatt-hour (kWh) And What Can It Power?

When most people look at their electric bill, they just glance at the total to see how much they have to pay that month.

Some might look to see if the meter reading matches the one on their meter at home, but very few people look further than that. If this describes you, you’re missing out on an important piece of information about the way you use electricity: the number of kilowatt-hours you use each month.

Knowing what a kilowatt-hour is and what it can power can save you money. This knowledge can help you monitor electricity usage, make educated choices about saving energy, and lower your monthly electric bill. You’ll also learn the formula to convert KW to kWh.

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9 Tips To Beat High Summer Electric Bills (2019 Update)

As the summer heat begins to rise, your electric bill usually follows right along with it. Warmer temperatures mean air conditioners run all day and all night, and that can add up to some hefty utility bills.

There are ways to stay cool without going broke, and here are some of our most practical tips:

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12 Ways to Reduce Electricity Costs (2019 Update)

Electricity customers should always be on the lookout for cheap electricity plans, but there are more ways to save money than to simply buy your electricity for less.

For most, a combination of lower electricity prices and smarter electricity usage leads to the lowest electricity bills overall. We’ve come up with a list of updated tips (2019 update) to help you save money and conserve electricity so you can make the most of your electricity plan.

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