Category: Electricity News

When we think about renewable energy we typically don't think about the daily uses of it. Instead, we think about how these sources could be used in the ...

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It's no surprise that electric bills go up in the summer. The warmer weather obviously means you'll use more energy. This also means there's more of a demand ...

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Laredo, Texas is a city that’s located on Texas’ southern border, near Mexico. The area combines culture and southern living in an enjoyable way. Electric ...

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There are a lot of advantages and disadvantages to using prepaid electricity in your home. Prepaid electricity is a useful way for you to manage your electric ...

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There's been a lot of research and development in the field of green energy (a.k.a. renewable energy) over the past three decades. This has resulted in ...

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Wind and solar power are the two biggest types of renewable energy. As you look through electric plans you'll see them mentioned quite often. While you ...

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Relying on green energy is becoming increasingly important. In fact, it could actually reduce our world's energy needs by one-third by 2050. This energy lets ...

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Some people wonder what will happen if we run out of non-renewable resources. This is something that researchers have also been pondering for quite some time ...

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Every type of energy impacts our environment in some way. While fossil fuels (e.g. coal, oil, natural gas) do a lot more harm than renewable energy, there's ...

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Heat and electricity are two items that affect one another in various ways. It's important to look at both to understand how they interact with each other. ...

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The Lawrence Berkeley National Lab (LBL) has conducted a study about solar system's impact on property value. It showed that installing solar panels in your ...

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The power going out during storms is pretty common. It cuts electricity off temporarily. One of the main reasons why this happens is that a transformer ...

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