Category: energy efficiency
No one can predict precisely what the electricity system will look like several decades from now, but there are a number of technical advances and regulatory changes that would facilitate a variety of developments for the electric power system.…
Happy Energy Efficiency Day! At Starion Energy every day can be Energy Efficiency Day. We give our customers the flexibility and freedom to enhance their life and those around them by providing all natural green energy options as well as providing customers the rewards that matter most to them. Starion Rewards customers can receive over 500,000 ways to save on shopping, dining, groceries, travel or entertainment needs. Today is a great day to make a commitment to the environment and to energy efficiency at your home or workplace.…
By April 2019, renewable energy generation outpaced coal for the first time in U.S. history. Coal accounted for 20% of total production, while 23% came from renewable sources, of which approximately 50% was wind and solar generation.
As the era of renewable power generation is now in full swing, we thought we’d assemble six facts about renewable energy you may not know yet.…
Residential and business energy customers often allow their energy plan to become an afterthought. Some set up autopay and rarely look at the actual statement. Others believe that changing would require too much effort, time, or money. Still, others are unaware that they have a choice in energy suppliers in Connecticut and believe they can’t shop for different energy plans.
However, monitoring your energy bill is critically important. Your energy usage tells you how efficient your energy use is and can identify ways you can reduce it. Likewise, your energy rate tells you how much you pay for energy and can tell you whether it is time to switch suppliers.…
With spring cleaning done and summer just beginning, we thought now would be a good time to give families some energy-saving tips for 2020. Cutting down on energy costs can mean more money for other fun activities around town or at home, there’s no better time than now to start saving. Home Energy Saving Tips for 2020 research shows that summer and winter are the seasons in which households use the most electricity. The average home consumes 1,207kWH in spring, but by summer, it will increase by 153kWh.
If you start following these tips today, you’ll be able to reduce your electricity costs during the warmest parts of the year. Here are our eight top energy-saving tips for summer 2020:…