Did you know that according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, the average American home consumed 10,899 kWh of electricity in 2018? It is possible to reduce your energy costs by following some simple energy-saving tips.
Here is what you can do…
There are so many different ways that homeowners are able to reduce their utility bills. Studies have shown that PG&E has been discussing a possible $2B rate increase in order to help pay for wildfire safety improvements. If this plan is approved, the monthly bill for the average customer would go up more than $10 per month; that is over $100 per year per household. Switching to solar allows customers to have reduced electricity bills as well as experiencing a true renewable energy source. Although solar energy has been criticized for being expensive or not being very competent, solar energy has now proved itself to be extremely beneficial for the environment as well as cost-effective for homeowners.
Save a Little… or a Lot – Energy saving tips for every homeowner