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|03-06-2023||What's the Status on Daylight Saving Time?||
With DST taking place in March, people are asking the status of make DST permanent.
|01-17-2023||Why Use an Energy Broker?||
Your business can save time and money by using an energy broker.
|12-19-2022||Keeping Your House Safe While Away This Holiday||
If you're going to be away from home this holiday, follow these tips for keeping your home safe.
|10-17-2022||Energy Awareness Month||
October is Energy Awareness Month
|09-26-2022||Preparing For Fall||
Tips for getting your home ready for the fall and winter months.
|07-15-2022||America's Energy Sources Since 1776||
Celebrating July 4th by looking at the changes in energy sources since 1776
|04-19-2022||Planting Around Power Lines||
Things to consider before planting a tree this Arbor Day such as power lines.
|03-21-2022||Commercial Energy Audit||
This month, we take a look at why you should consider an energy audit.
|01-30-2022||Oil and Natural Gas in Our Everyday Lives||
We take a look at all the products made from natural gas and oil
|12-10-2021||Install Christmas Lights Safely||
Tips to enjoy lighting up your holidays without a 911 call.
|10-31-2021||Electrifying Facts about Halloween||
Electricity and Halloween do have more in common than you think.
|09-21-2021||What Survives an EMP Attack?||
During National Preparedness Month, let's consider what survives an EMP attack.
|08-28-2021||States with Deregulated Energy Markets||
We've listed states with deregulated markets for electricity and/or gas.
|07-30-2021||A Hydrogen Olympic Torch||
For the first time, the Olympic torch is being powered by hydrogen.
We pause to honor the fallen.
|04-22-2021||Air Pollutants Indoors||
This Earth Month we're taking a look at indoor air pollution.
|02-11-2021||Survive A Winter Power Outage||
Here are some tips to stay warm and safe in a winter power outage.
|01-22-2021||Gas Prices Rising in 2021||
A new year looks to be bringing in higher gas prices.
|12-03-2020||Energy Saving Holidays||
Get tips on ways to save this holiday season.
Did You Know?
In August 2005, Hurricane Katrina produced about 20 million megawatts at its peak, about 17 hours before landfall. That approaches 1,000 times the capacity of Louisiana's entire fleet of power plants (26,000 megawatts, as measured during peak summer months).