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|03-30-2016||Drive Into Tax Credits||
Electric vehicles are the way to go when looking for big tax credits. Plug-in vehicles, charging stations and other infrastructure qualifies for federal or even state tax credits.
|03-15-2016||Spring Energy Assessment||
Spring into savings with an energy assessment on your home or business.
|02-27-2016||2016 High Voltage Golden Gloves Scholarship||
High Voltage is excited to be offering two $1000 scholarships for a second year to deserving Texas Golden Gloves boxers who are high school seniors or those already enrolled in a secondary education program.
|02-15-2016||Anthony's Pirates Fantasy Camp||
For our Pittsburgh Regional Manager, taking time out of the energy business to attend Pirates Fantasy Camp is a dream come true.
|01-26-2016||Helping Teachers Teach||
A great website called DonorsChoose.org allows teachers ask for help in funding projects and school supplies.
|01-07-2016||Calculate Product Energy Consumption||
Saving money is a top New Year's resolution. Find out how much your appliances are costing you to run in your home and/or business.
|12-21-2015||Holiday Electrical Safety||
Holiday decorations set the mood, and we are tempted to leave lights and decorations on around the clock. Here are some tips to keep your home and family safe for the holidays.
|12-03-2015||Gifts That Give Back||
What better way to gift someone an item that gives back to a charity? It really is the true meaning of Christmas.
|11-11-2015||Thanksgiving Energy Saving Tips||
Hosting Thanksgiving at your home? Here are some tips for keeping the added guests from adding to your energy bill.
|10-20-2015||Pumpkin Lighting Without a Flame||
All the pumpkin lights on the market today are putting out the flame on Jack-O-Lantern candles.
|10-13-2015||Shining a Light on Priddy Award Winners||
Recognizing two volunteers awarded Familylinks' Priddy Award for the contribution to FTC.
|09-16-2015||National Preparedness Month 2015||
September is National Preparedness Month, and we have some important tips regarding gas and electricity if disaster strikes.
|09-01-2015||20 Kids Create Solar Transformation in Pittsburgh's Homewood||
Art + Energy Camp allowed 20 kids, who would not otherwise have the opportunity, to participate in solar energy project.
|08-14-2015||MISD is a 2015 ENERGY STAR Winner||
Mansfield Independent School District has received a 2015 ENERGY STAR Parnter of the Year recognition in Energy Management.
|08-06-2015||High Voltage Scholarships Awarded||
Two scholarships were awarded to deserving recipients in the High Voltage Scholarships for Texas Golden Gloves.
|07-21-2015||Summer Savings for Restaurants||
Tips for restaurant owners to save money during the summer months.
|07-06-2015||Dog Days of Summer||
Has your energy bills gone to the dogs? Keep the cool air in and the hot air out during these dog days of summer with an energy efficient doggie door.
|06-19-2015||New Nest Protect||
A fire can spread faster with the materials used in today's furniture than in the 1970's, so technology must keep up to keep us safe in our homes.
|06-08-2015||Swimming Pool Energy Savers||
Don't let your swimming pool drown your electric bill this summer in high costs. Here's some tips to conserve energy while cooling off in your pool.
|05-18-2015||Fans Cut Summer Energy Costs||
By using ceiling fans, you can help cut down on the costs generated by air conditioning units during the hot summer months.
Did You Know?
In 1879 Thomas Edison invented the first long-lasting incandescent light bulb that could be used for about 40 hours without burning out. By 1880, his bulbs could be used for 1,200 hours.