In a monopolistic energy market, your costs are subject to whatever the local utility is allowed to charge. In a competitive energy market, power companies fight to win customers by offering the lowest price, giving you control of a variable that affects your bottom line.
Have you ever wondered about the gas that heats your home, your stove and/or your water? What is it really and where does it come from? Read on to see how we're still using something that was first found useful in 500 B.C.!
To conserve energy and save on costs, you may unplug your electronics, use CFL lightbulbs, and keep your thermostat programmed at all times. Those steps may help, do you ever wonder if you could do––and save––more by using green energy sources? Take these 10 steps to see how you could save resources.
You've read about how energy is generated, and the different ways that it can be generated, but how does it then get to your home to when you flip on the switch? Check out this article for the details that take power from it's high-voltage generation to the a safe level that can be used at your home.