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Battery Energy Storage Systems

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As we enjoy the early fall weather – especially for those in the north – do you ever wish you could ‘bottle up’ a few warm sunny days and save them for the colder winter months?  Throughout history, people have stored resources during plentiful times to use during times of scarcity.  Electricity is a valuable …

Energy Efficient HVAC Tips

Residential

We use a significant amount of energy staying comfortable indoors. In fact, approximately 43 percent of the average energy bill is attributed to heating and cooling. To reduce your energy and cash spend, it’s important to run and maintain your heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems (HVAC) efficiently. Here are six tips to help you achieve HVAC …

Get to Know Zero Emissions Day

Residential

On September 21, 2008, the environmental challenge known as Zero Emissions Day, or “ZeDay”, began and has evolved into a worldwide movement that aims to reduce the use of fossil fuels for that day. It all started when founder Ken Wallace launched a website in Nova Scotia, Canada. The message was simple; “Give our planet …

Prepare for Cold Weather with Warm Natural Gas Fixed Rates

Residential

While we are still enjoying the warm temperatures and sunshine, it may not seem like the right time to think about keeping your home warm during the winter. However, preparing in the fall could help you avoid seasonal price increases on your energy bill that can come with colder temperatures. If you live in Ohio, …

Green Tips for Eco-Friendly Moving

Residential

Did you know an average of 40 million Americans move each year? That adds up to a lot of spent energy, money and packing materials. We have some tips on how you can stay green, even when you move. Allow yourself plenty of time to pack Moving requires a lot of packing supplies and sometimes …

What is Electrification?

Residential

You’ve probably heard the term “electrification”. But what does it really mean? Electrification is the process of using electricity to provide services that were previously met by other energy sources, such as fossil fuels. It’s also a way to decarbonize energy consumption in transportation, buildings and industry. Some common examples are electric vehicles and HVAC systems such …

What’s the Difference Between an Energy Supplier and the Utility?

Residential

Understanding Energy Choice If you live in a state that offers energy choice, you have the option to purchase natural gas and electricity supply services from a retail energy supplier. Energy choice offers many benefits for residents and small businesses such as the ability to shop and compare energy prices, as well as choosing from …

Be Prepared for a Power Outage

Residential

Power outages can occur at any time of year and often happen as a result of spring storms. Follow these before, during and after the outage tips so you can be prepared and safe if you find yourself unexpectedly in the dark. Before Make a list of important contacts so you can check on loved …

Renewable Natural Gas and Hydrogen: A Check-In for Curious Customers

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The race is on to decarbonize the economy. As energy advisors, we work daily with organizations looking to become more energy efficient and integrate renewable energy into their operations. Use less and produce what you do use from a renewable source – these are the two primary avenues to decarbonize electricity. Not all energy consumed …