How to Keep Your House Warm in Winter

Keeping your home warm in the winter often means a higher energy bill – but there are steps you can take to avoid a potential cost spike during the colder months.

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5 Ways to Prepare Your Business for Winter and Cold Weather

It doesn’t matter where you live, winter time can bring some major adjustments to your energy bill. Whether it’s cold temperatures, an increased amount of lighting, or just more people frequenting your business, your bill might look a little different.

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Understanding and Better Managing Peak Load

Think of peak load as the highest period of demand on the grid over a certain time frame. To reliably deliver power to all customers during peak load periods, power plants are guaranteed revenue through long-term capacity delivery auctions and in return those plants guarantee to operate on those days.

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