How to Keep Your House Warm in Winter
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    As winter temperatures start to settle in, you might be ready to crank up the heat. Unfortunately, though, keeping your home warm in the dead of winter often means a higher energy bill.

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    5 Ways to Prepare Your Business for Winter and Cold Weather
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    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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    What is a Watt?
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    Let’s say you buy a light bulb with ‘100 watts’ printed on it. And when you pay your utility bill, you can see that your energy usage is measured in kilowatt hours. The watt is obviously some unit of measurement, but what is the watt, really?

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    3 Reasons to Consider Renewable Energy Services
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    As alternative energy sources become more ubiquitous, opportunities to use renewable energy sources are becoming increasingly available. Solar energy, bio-fuels, and wind farms are increasing in popularity and affordability, making the prospect of investing in renewable energy more and more enticing.

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    What Is Energy Choice?
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    Energy deregulation is the reason that you can shop for an energy provider in the first place. It gives you the power to switch your electricity or natural gas supplier in states where energy deregulation has occurred.

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