This may come as a shock to many, but Texas has 115 “Solar-Friendly” policies which make “Going Solar” in the Lone Star State a lucrative investment for the everyday homeowner. Read more
How to Lower Your Electric Bill
Most people don’t consider their electric bill until it arrives. Then we open the envelope and see that the number is higher than expected. We groan, pay it, then promptly forget about it until next month. Read more
7 Home Prep Ideas For Summer
With the weather warming up, here are some tips to get your home ready for the season. Read more
Demand for Increased Security Measures and Regulation of the Energy Sector
The energy sector, much like other sectors focusing on business and public works, is incredibly important to the national security of the United States. Read more
TruPowur Confirms Weather Events Will Not Impact Fixed Customers
DALLAS–TruPowur today announced that the extreme weather events Texans experienced over the past week will have absolutely no impact on the electricity rates for any of its residential or commercial customers with a fixed rate. Read more
Competitive Power Markets May Help the Economy Recover from the COVID-19
A dramatic transformation of the U.S. electric power industry that began more than two decades ago is helping to keep the electricity flowing at competitive prices. This reliability and affordability will be invaluable as the country endures, and ultimately prevails, over the pandemic’s staggering blow to the economy. Read more
Control Vampire Loads
Choosing the right advanced power strip can save up to $100 per year based on your habits to reduce the electricity wasted when your electronic devices are idle.
Reducing Electricity Use and Costs
Reducing energy use in your home saves you money, increases our energy security, and reduces the pollution that is emitted from non-renewable sources of energy. Read more
Considerations to Make Before Winter
It’s that time of year again. The fall season is winding down and we’re about to hit the thick of winter. Are you ready to stay warm and cozy, or does your home need a once over to be prepared? A final run at refreshing your living space before winter can pay real dividends. Here are a few ideas.
15 Ways to Save Energy This Winter
With the first day of winter beginning December 21st, now is the best time to implement some good ideas that will save both energy and money. Below is a compiled list of tips that will help you prepare for the transition to lower temperatures and more time spent indoors all warm and toasty.