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Energy Efficiency in the Kitchen

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It’s that time of year again, when many of us will be spending extra time in the kitchen. Did you know that during all of the holiday cooking and baking, even if you don’t have new or updated appliances, you can cut your energy use in half? That’s right! Take a look at these tips …

Be Energy Aware by Assessing Your Energy Usage

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October is National Energy Awareness Month and as we head into cooler temps, it’s a great time to be energy aware. Identifying and addressing areas of energy inefficiency in your home can help you control your energy spend and save money! Check out these steps to becoming more energy aware: Consider a home energy audit …

What You Need to Know About Home Energy Audits

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Fall is a great time to start thinking about your home energy usage. It’s also the ideal time to identify and prioritize possible problem areas and consider the need for making necessary home improvements so you have control of your energy spend before cold weather arrives. One of the first steps to assessing your homes …

Meet the AEP Energy Field Sales Team

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At AEP Energy, our goal is to do the right thing, every time, for every customer and every employee. A great customer experience is important to us, so having employees who care about the company, the community and YOU is key. That’s why our field sales Energy Advisors are our employees and not from a third-party vendor. …

October is National Energy Awareness Month

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October is National Energy Awareness Month. As the temperatures begin to drop, it’s the perfect time to think about becoming energy efficient. Energy Awareness Month was first implemented in 1991 by President George Bush. He encouraged the government and organizations to raise awareness of the importance of sustainably managing the nation’s energy resources. Today, we …

Getting Ready for Zero Emissions Day

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The worldwide movement known as Zero Emissions Day, or ZeDay, began on September 21st, 2008, and aims to encourage the use of renewable energy sources to “give the planet a day off” from emissions. As we get closer to ZeDay 2021, it’s a great time to prepare for how you can safely participate in this …

Energy Efficiency for Back to School

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It’s back to school season again, which may indicate you see an increase in device use. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t control your energy spend. There are a number of ways and devices that enable you to monitor your energy spend and help make your home more energy efficient. The beginning of the school …

Five Easy Ways to Help Cool Your Home This Summer

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When you think about cooling your home during the summer, air conditioning probably comes to mind. However, there are a number of other energy-efficient ways to help cool your home. Here are five ways to help cool your home this summer while controlling your energy and money spend. Insulation – often times, we think about …

AEP Energy. More Than Just An Energy Supplier

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Who is AEP Energy? The answer is, a certified retail energy supplier who, as a wholly-owned subsidiary of American Electric Power (AEP), one of the United States’ largest electric energy companies, is backed by more than 100 years of energy experience. Who does AEP Energy serve? Operating in 27 service territories across Delaware, Illinois, New …