When temperatures drop, you’ll notice your electricity bills start to heat up. Electricity use is very dependent upon the weather and fluctuates with the seasons, going up in the winter and summer, and down in the spring and fall when it’s more mild. For most people, January, February and March bills are the highest of the year, which is no surprise because you are consuming a lot more electricity running your heating system in an effort to keep your home warm.
To help you become more energy efficient, the co-op has a variety of tools available at CEMCPower.com. Visit the “Energy Efficiency” section to see how you can help keep money in your pocket. You can also use this tips to help reduce your electricity costs: