To keep up the holiday cheer, and to avoid anything that looks like a ‘Griswold’s Christmas’, we’ve outlined a list of very important safety tips to follow to keep you and your family safe.
Beneficial Electrification of your most frequently used home appliances, from the cooktop to heating your home, is a fast-growing movement you’ll want to consider. Are you ready to rethink a lot of the things you thought you knew about cooking?
As beneficial electrification efforts work to improve electrified cooking methods, such as electric smokers, smoking a turkey this Thanksgiving isn’t as difficult as you might think. With a little time and patience, you can have an award-winning turkey that everyone will talk about for years to come.
A lot of smart home devices like Alexa, Ring, Siri, and Google Home are proving their worth every day, through convenience, security, efficiency, and an unseen but important impact on climate change through clean energy.
Shorter days don’t mean you’ll be short on opportunities for family fun! Our list of safe fall activities at home will help you embrace the best of the season with your loved ones - all while saving money and staying close to home.
At Tri-State, we are adding renewables and reducing emissions as part of our Responsible Energy Plan. As electricity becomes cleaner, replacing appliances and tools, or even cars and trucks, traditionally powered by fossil fuels, can further reduce overall emissions. These electric-powered gardening tools can last longer and are emissions-free, meaning you’ll smell the crisp fall air, not the smell of exhaust.
What should you do for winter storm safety preparation? The safety tips below will help you to prepare for some of the worst winter storm situations.
With stay-at-home learning, teachers are facing the challenges of coming up for creative ways to make online learning enjoyable. How to make online math and science fun for kids? Michelle Pastor explores the many ways, and shares her insider knowledge.
In many of our communities, the beginning of the school year is looking more like last spring. As much of our lives stay online, adjusting to remote learning is the new normal.