Green Santa Clarita is providing tips to reduce your energy use and keep energy bills down during the hot summer months.
The warm summer weather is here and with hot temperatures come high energy bills from air conditioning, pool pumps and electronic devices. Using energy in the late afternoon to early...
The warm summer weather has arrived and with hot temperatures come high energy bills from air conditioning, pool pumps, and electronic devices.
Electricity costs more on hot summer afternoons so follow some of these tips and visit GreenSantaClarita.com for more energy saving ideas.
Adjust Your Thermostat:...
The warm summer weather is just around the corner. With hot temperatures come high energy bills from air conditioning, pool pumps, and electronic devices. Electricity costs more on hot summer afternoons, so follow some of these tips to reduce your energy use.
Adjust Your Thermostat: During peak hours...
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