Does Turning Down The Thermostat Save Money?

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You’ve probably heard someone say that keeping your Connecticut home at a steady temperature saves more money. It sounds like it makes sense because if you turn down the heat in your home, the temperature drops. And then, even if you use natural gas, you’ll still have to pay those high Connecticut electricity rates to […]

The Cheapest 12 Month Fixed Electric Rates in Hartford, CT.

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Choosing the Best Electric Supplier in Hartford, CT When you are searching for the best electric suppliers in Hartford, CT, what factors do you look for? Smart energy shoppers start by searching for lower rates, better customer service, and risk-free terms and services. But wading through the options to find the best 12-month fixed rates […]

Landscaping Better Energy Efficiency in Connecticut

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Landscape Savings Energize Your CT Home On Earth Day, many folks take a moment to reflect on how they use energy. Some homeowners will try to recycle more, some will switch over to LED light bulbs, and some may even begin composting their kitchen scraps. While these are all great things to do, one of […]

Eversource Hiking Rates In CT And MA

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How high will my rates rise? It’s enough to make you scream! Just in time for the holiday season, Eversource will be raising its standard service generation rates on Connecticut and Massachusetts rate payers . Connecticut residents will see increases of 18.8% to 10.1 cents per kWh. Meanwhile, those in Massachusetts will face a 20% […]