Whether you plan to stay in your home or sell in the coming year, improving energy efficiency can increase the value of your home and save money, too.
Here’s a good New Year’s resolution for both you and your kids: learning how to save energy in your home.
The holidays are a time of giving. If you plan to donate to charities this holiday season, avoid being taken and follow these suggestions before you give.
Find out more about how and why we promote energy efficiency.
Did you know that washers and dryers are two of the costliest appliances to operate? These tips will help you save some of that energy.
For years, LED lights have been promoted as the best lighting technology, however, they were expensive. It’s time to shed new light on these wonder bulbs.
Along with traditional hunter safety rules, follow these electrical safety tips for safer hunting this fall.
Our electric cooperative is part of a larger system serving Americans in numerous ways in many communities nationwide.
Americans are spending more time at home, which affects energy use. If this describes your lifestyle, find ways to stay cozy and save energy, too.
Phones (and tablets, too) carry lots of germs; find out how many and how you can clean it. Hint: Your phone may be the dirtiest thing in your purse or your pocket.