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These tools can help you better understand your energy usage and help you save.

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Our Family Electric Rate Assistance (FERA) Program provides a monthly discount on electric bills for income-qualified households of three or more persons. Learn about enrollment.

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  • Set your thermostat at 68F in the winter and 78F in the summer, health permitting.
  • When gathered in one room, consider using a space heater and/ or ceiling fan to moderate the temperature and increase comfort while avoiding the use of central heating and air conditioning. Follow safety guidelines with all equipment.
  • Open blinds and windows to warm and light your home naturally during daylight hours.
  • Unplug small appliances and electronics, like coffee makers and printers when not in use.
  • Clean your dry filter after each use.
  • Take shorter showers.
  • Only run full loads when washing clothes and wash in cold water.
  • Use a small lamp to spotlight your workspace instead of overhead bulbs.
  • Turn down brightness and set automatic eco- and energy-saving features in TVs and consoles.
  • Stream media on smaller screens, like tablets when possible.
  • Use computer sleep and hibernate modes.
  • Plug all personal electronics into a power strip when not in use.