Energy Saving Tips
Your AED electric rates are among the lowest in the entire country. Still, you can lower your power bills throughout the year with simple conservation steps provided by TVA’s energy website www.energyright.com.
Along with these money saving tips, you might also consider the following:
New Appliances - When shopping for appliances, look for the most energy-efficient model in your price range. Federal law requires that yellow Energy Guide labels be placed on all new furnaces, refrigerators, freezers, water heaters, dishwashers, clothes washers and heat pumps. Use the labels to estimate annual energy costs when comparing models. (Be sure to use AED rates when calculating comparisons, not national averages.)
High Bill Inquiry - AED rates are steady and never fluctuate from one season to another. Year in and year out, electric power remains a cost effective way to heat and cool your home, heat your water, provide lighting and power appliances. If you feel your bill is higher than you expected it to be, you may request a high bill inquiry. To find out more about some of the typical causes of high bills, click here.
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