Energy-Saving Tips All New Homeowners Should Know

Buying your first home and becoming new homeowners is a big step; you’ve worked hard, saved up and planned for this. After a long process of finding the right home

5 factors to consider when choosing an energy provider

Many people don't typically put too much thought into their energy provider, but they should. Because the truth is that not all companies are created equally - and the type of

3 factors fueling the growth of solar power

The solar power industry is evolving at a rapid pace. Greentech Media reported that, sometime in the last two months, the United States hit a major milestone: completing its millionth

Increasing your property value through energy efficiency

If you're thinking about selling your home, one of the biggest things on your mind is probably how you can increase its property value. There are many ways you can

6 Mother’s Day gifts to help Mom save energy and time

Have you ever wondered when and how Mother's Day came about? According to the U.S. Census Bureau, it dates back to 1908, when Anna Jarvis started the first celebrations in Virginia

How to spring clean your way to energy savings

Spring has officially sprung, which means it's time to unfurl from hibernation mode and blossom into a more energizing state. This is the season when many decide to take inventory

Should you break up with your energy provider?

Breaking up is hard to do, but when it comes to changing electricity providers, the benefits typically outweigh the complications. That said, as a homeowner, when's a good time to

Submerge yourself in these 3 hot water energy savers

We've got water on the brain - maybe from hoping all this winter snow would melt and give way to spring - so today seems like as good a chance

End your hibernation with springtime efficiency tips

Snow is melting. Winter chills are giving way to calm breezes. People are trading winter coats for light sweaters. We can all breathe a sigh of relief: Winter will officially

Questions homeowners ask about their energy providers

Energy providers can't read your mind, but they can follow consumer trends. While so much is changing in the world of energy - deregulation, renewables and widespread efficiency measures, to name