Electricity

Hi! Here are 2 excellent sites for improving your knowledge of and reducing your use of electric.Lower your electric bill by learning from these sites. I love these 2 sites. They are www.energyright.com and after the page comes up , look on the left side toward the bottom and click on

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    stargazer43008
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    Hi! Here are 2 excellent sites for improving your knowledge of and

    reducing your use of electric.Lower your electric bill by learning from

    these sites. I love these 2 sites. They are www.energyright.com and

    after the page comes up , look on the left side toward the bottom and

    click on PERSONALIZED ENERGY PROFILE REPORT and the other site is

    http://michaelbluejay.com/electricity . The personalized report will

    even use your last 12 months electric bills to help figure out the

    usage and graph and pie chart your different percentages of use. You

    will need to get your electric bills for last 12 months and the KWh for

    that period too . I got mine by going to my electric companies site and

    registering there so i could see the last 36 months bills. Let me know

    how you like these sites . Thanks and blessings,lisa








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    Marguerite
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    we got a new dishwasher and it features an option of delayed start

    says in the owner's manual you can set it to run in off peak hours

    when electricity has lower rates. Has anyone heard of this? I didnt

    know there were different rates different times of the day?








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    Karen
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    It's usually an optional service you can sign up for. The electric Co

    I had in CA had it. I had to pay $5 per month for a special meter and

    electricity during "off peak" was cheaper than the normal rates BUT if

    you used it during "peak" hours then it was more expensive than normal

    rates.

    So be sure to ask when peak hours are and be sure you can avoid running

    dishwasher, washer, A/C during those hours. KarenMO








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    Katrina Hartman
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    Off-peak hours here are between 10pm and 10am. Check on your power bill, that's where I read it.

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    ----- Original Message -----
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    we got a new dishwasher and it features an option of delayed start
    says in the owner's manual you can set it to run in off peak hours

    when electricity has lower rates. Has anyone heard of this? I didnt
    know there were different rates different times of the day?

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    Ann Garner
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    At 03:46 PM 7/8/2008, you wrote:

    >we got a new dishwasher and it features an option of delayed start

    >says in the owner's manual you can set it to run in off peak hours

    >when electricity has lower rates. Has anyone heard of this? I didnt

    >know there were different rates different times of the day?

    Yes, in fact we are getting this system in place. We have to call

    and get a special meter installed to get on it. My place of

    employment was at one time on this and they would schedule running

    some high energy machines during off-peak hours. Call your electric

    company and see if it's available in your area, what the price

    differences are, and what they call off-peak hours. Thanks for the

    reminder, I need to call and find out information on this, too,

    though I don't know if it would save me that much. I don't do

    laundry at home and don't have a dish washer.



    Ann in Arkansas










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    Kanette
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    <div style="font-family:arial, helvetica, sans-serif;font-size:12pt;">I believe it depends on your electric provider. Where I live it is all the same price 24/7. Call your electric company and ask them if they do that. <DIV style="FONT-SIZE: 12pt;FONT-FAMILY: arial, helvetica, sans-serif;">


    ----- Original Message ----
    From: Marguerite <flyladystuff@yahoo.com>
    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    Sent: Tuesday, July 8, 2008 3:46:56 PM
    Subject: Budget101.com : electricity





    we got a new dishwasher and it features an option of delayed start
    says in the owner's manual you can set it to run in off peak hours
    when electricity has lower rates. Has anyone heard of this? I didnt
    know there were different rates different times of the day?




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    sewpartner
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    I have a delayed start on my dishwasher to delay up to 7 hours. In AZ,

    we have "off-peak hours". We heat the water heater only during those

    hours, the heating in winter, and I do laundry, dishwasher, etc. during

    those hours. The price is one half that of regular peak. It saves a

    lot. Check with your electric utility. Not all states do it. Anna



    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "Marguerite" <flyladystuff@...>

    wrote:

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    > we got a new dishwasher and it features an option of delayed start

    > says in the owner's manual you can set it to run in off peak hours

    > when electricity has lower rates. Has anyone heard of this? I didnt

    > know there were different rates different times of the day?

    >










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    Karen Sudduth
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    I called our electric company - they no longer offer off-peak hour discounts here.


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    your children and your clothes are about the same age. --Bill Tammeus
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    At 03:46 PM 7/8/2008, you wrote:
    >we got a new dishwasher and it features an option of delayed start
    >says in the owner's manual you can set it to run in off peak hours
    >when electricity has lower rates. Has anyone heard of this? I didnt
    >know there were different rates different times of the day?
    Yes, in fact we are getting this system in place. We have to call
    and get a special meter installed to get on it. My place of
    employment was at one time on this and they would schedule running
    some high energy machines during off-peak hours. Call your electric
    company and see if it's available in your area, what the price
    differences are, and what they call off-peak hours. Thanks for the
    reminder, I need to call and find out information on this, too,
    though I don't know if it would save me that much. I don't do
    laundry at home and don't have a dish washer.

    Ann in Arkansas

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