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As seasons change, so do our utility bills. During mild weather our HVAC systems do not have to work as hard as they do during the heat of the summer or on cold winter mornings. You may also find that your house is full over the summer or winter holidays with family and friends. If you have children in school or college, you may find that your bill goes up when they are on breaks. These changes throughout the year can impact your utility bill more than you think which is why we have energy savings tips to help you save year round. Whether you are looking to cut on your utility costs or find the perfect green gift for special holidays, our seasonal tips have you covered.
Make a Resolution to Conserve
Conserving energy and water should be at the top of everyone's resolution list. Conserving is not only good for the environment, it's also good for your JEA bill!
Holiday Energy and Water Savings
Don't let the festivities of the holiday season have a major impact on your utility bill, learn how you can save energy and water to keep this holiday season merry and bright!
Fall into Savings
Utility bills in the fall are typically lower than the summer and winter months, but there is still room to conserve energy and save!
Trying to manage your summer utility costs can be a difficult task, especially when your kids are home for summer break. Here are some simple and effective tips to help you through the summer.
Pet Friendly Energy Savings
Summer heat can be hard on pets, so it is important to take necessary steps to protect them. We've made a list of ways to keep your pet cool while saving energy in your home.
Make Every Day Earth Day
Earth Day is about inspiring awareness about the importance of protecting our environment and showing how easily everyone can do their part! Here are some easy ways you can live a little greener.