It’s the perfect time to get more serious about saving energy! These short videos are filled with energy-saving tips to help you do just that! And be sure to check out many more tips at LES.com/save-energy.
Keep energy savings flowing with clean air filters
Dirty furnace filters block airflow and cause your furnace to work harder. As a result, it can have an impact on your energy costs.
Get smart with smart thermostats
Your thermostat controls a large portion of your regular energy consumption. Use that power more efficiently by utilizing programmable, smart thermostats! Plus, enroll in LES Peak Rewards to help the community manage peak power and earn yourself some annual incentives. Learn more at LES.com/PeakRewards!
Insulate and save
Insulation prevents heat from escaping in winter and getting in during the summer. Learn more about how that can have a big effect on your electric bill.
Optimize your AC
Here are a few simple things you can do to optimize your AC use and maximize your energy usage.
Cut cooking costs with these sharp ideas (Part 1)
Cooking — some folks love it; some hate it. Either way, most of us need to cook something at least occasionally. $AVE MORE in the kitchen with these handy energy-saving tips from your local public power utility.
Cut cooking costs with these sharp ideas (Part 2)
The appliances in your kitchen use a LOT of energy and generate a lot of heat. Stay cool and keep your energy consumption down by following these useful cooking tips from LES.
Bright ideas for energy-efficient lighting
The cost of lighting your home makes up a large portion of your electric bill. Curb costs and help the community by taking a few energy-efficient steps with these bright lighting ideas.
Home energy efficiency with LES’ EdITH
Jay Stoa and Jennifer Bangert from LES’ Energy Services team give you an inside look at LES’ Educational Interactive Tiny House (EdITH) as they discuss LES’ programs and demonstrate tips to conserve energy in your home. (Recorded during LES’ 2020 Sustainable Living Festival)