There are 4 electrical safety tips every kid should know. Can you guess what they are?
Temperatures are on the rise, and summer is predicted to be hotter than average, according to both the National Weather Service and Old Farmer’s Almanac Guide. Here are 6 energy-saving tips you can implement to ensure your home is ready for the heat, without spending a lot of money or energy.
While each utility member has a different perspective, what these letters show is they all agree that Tri-State is on the right path - a path our utility members set themselves
In every home in America, money is spent on energy consumption. With the average electricity spend per year at $1,368.36, and in some cases, about 35% of the electricity used is actually wasted. Whether you use electricity, propane or natural gas as an energy source, there are ways to conserve and reduce your power bills for heating, air conditioning, lighting, and water heating.