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- August 13, 2003 at 10:20 am #250844
I’m in north central Ohio, real close to Lake Erie. The biggest thing I’ve
found to save money on my electric bill is to keep your billing load as low
as possible. I don’t run any combination of my big energy users together.
For us, that means the computer, a/c, washer and tv. It could also include
stove, dryer, dishwasher, ect. It can be a pain sometimes, but when you get
used to it, as we have it’s not too bad to live with. I’ve even managed to
train my 3 teenagers on this matter as we have been following this for about
4 years now. We also have our thermostat programmed to go down to 55 at
night and come back up before we get up. I have an article on this, if I
find it in the next day or two I’ll post the link for it.
From: “Danielle” <DMarieCM@aol.com>
> Also looking for regular ideas of cutting back the electric bill. Does
> anyone have a list like that? Like 1) turn out the lights (I know that
> one – LOL)
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