From brewing a morning pot of coffee to watching late night TV, we make your day possible. And our Home Energy Center provides a wide range of easy-to-use tools to help you evaluate and manage your home energy use.
To have a better understanding of your actual electric use by date, view a history of your energy consumption.
This online energy audit incorporates your actual electric use history to produce an in-depth report detailing ways you can manage your electric bill by using energy wisely in your home.
Compare appliances by energy efficiency, user reviews, features and price.
Use Calculator Did you know some appliances, like televisions and
computers, use electricity even when they are turned off? Use
this calculator to learn how you can save money by reducing the
flow of electricity to all types of energy vampires!
Here's a quick way to get a feel for what your home's appliances
cost to operate.
Learn how much you can save by switching to compact fluorescent
This guide provides a variety of practical tips you can use
around your home to help manage your monthly energy bills.
Take an interactive journey through a
typical residence to better understand where and how energy is
This extensive library provides information about how energy is
used in your home.
You can find a wide range of basic electricity fundamentals here,
including how utilities generate and deliver power to
These fun activities for children of all ages provide information
about energy efficiency, safety and a wide range of other topics.
This new Public Utility Commission website helps consumers shop
for power suppliers. When you plug in your ZIP code, the site
will give you a list of suppliers and current prices for
residential and commercial service.
This free online guide, available on the website of the
Pennsylvania Office of Consumer Advocate, www.oca.state.pa.us,
provides "apples-to-apples" price comparisons for alternative
energy suppliers in each utility's service area.
This program enables homeowners to borrow money at low interest
rates to purchase new Energy Star-rated appliances or to make
home improvements that conserve energy.
Energy Star products and appliances may have a higher up-front
cost, but that cost will be more than offset by energy savings
over the life of the product or appliance.