The best way to control energy use is to be aware of how much energy you use each month and how it is being consumed in your home and on the farm. This involves learning how to read your meter, keeping track of the energy use, and using your meter as a tool to locate problems. In this way, you can budget your energy use just like you budget for groceries and other household items.
The Home Energy Savings Guide is a starting point to get you on the way toward better energy management for your home. In this booklet you'll find valuable tips designed to create greater home comfort and improve performance. There is a list of additional resources located at the end of this booklet.
With the potential for rate volatility on the horizon, communications with members on energy efficiency practices is crucial. Touchstone Energy's Commercial Energy Savings Guide can go a long way in educating business customers on ways to reduce energy costs in an easy-to-read brochure. Tips include advice on monitoring HVAC systems, efficient water heating and ensuring proper ventilation at facilities.
Visit the Take Control and Save website to get great tips and use energy saving calculators.
For more energy efficiency information, go to www.togetherwesave.com