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October 7, 2020 is Energy Efficiency Day

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.

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Things You Should Know About Energy Deregulation

All homeowners have energy and gas bills to pay. But in some states, homeowners have the option to choose where they get their energy rather than being told who they have to work with. This is thanks to energy deregulation. Deregulated energy companies have been around for several years now, working with customers who choose their services. So if you live in a deregulated area or are moving to one in the near future, here are a few things you should know about energy deregulation.State-appointed utility companies still manage power lines. While independent companies and provide energy, the power lines are still managed by the state-appointed companies. This means that if there is a problem with the power lines or there's a power outage, it's important to contact the state-appointed company

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3 Reasons to Invest in Clean Energy

Did you know electricity is one of the main causes of air pollution in the U.S.? Much of the electricity in the U.S. is made from non-renewable sources like coal. On the other hand, more people are choosing to invest work with a utility company to in clean energy. Clean energy is pollution-free and produced from renewable energy sources. These sources are virtually inexhaustible and can include things like the sun, water, and wind. If you've been considering investing in clean energy but aren't quite sure, this article is going to discuss some of the undeniable benefits of clean energy.Environmental BenefitsClean energy doesn't emit harmful pollutants like carbon dioxide or sulfur dioxide.

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Is Your Refrigerator Running with Alternative Power Companies? You'd Better Go Catch It

Refrigeration has come a long way since the days of the icebox. Today's typical home refrigerator is 20% bigger than the average one of 1975, even though they tend to cost 60% less now than they did back then. More importantly, though, modern refrigerators use 75% less energy to operate today than they did 40 years ago. That's great news for energy-conscious consumers and power suppliers. But is it enough? Overall, U.S. electricity use is now 13 times greater than it was in 1950, and many residential homeowners and energy companies alike are increasingly looking for ways to either decrease their energy costs or minimize their carbon footprint. After air conditioning and water heating -- which account for roughly 19% and 14-18% of in-home electricity use, respectively -- refrigeration is

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New Bill a Step Towards Deregulated Electricity In Arizona

The interest in -- and progress with -- deregulated electricity and energy companies has generally grown at an exponential rate over the last few years. Presumably, as a direct result of the rising costs power suppliers are asking for. The average monthly electric bill for an average American now costs about $107 (or 903 kilowatt hours). While many states have already deregulated energy markets to allow for more competition and better rates/service for the consumer, there are still many that are stuck in the old model of energy suppliers, who use only one utility service. Arizona may be one such state for now, but a new piece of legislation that's currently going through the process of being enacted could help to change that. According to the industry news source,

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