As students, parents, and teachers gear up for back to school season, more energy will be used in homes and classrooms. Here are 10 easy ways that kids can be a part of conserving energy in the home and classroom.
As monsoon season gears up, we’re sharing some tips to keep you, your home and your family safe. We’ll also tell you a little about our operations and how we prepare for Mother Nature’s most impressive – and potentially disruptive – shows of force.
Dedicating an area to a home gym is one way to get the most out of an unused garage, basement or room. Taking some basic electrical safety precautions can keep your equipment up to speed for leg day, arm day and all the activity in between.
While you’re getting some much-needed R&R in nature, harness its power to charge your devices, and even cook your meals. Keep your experience in the great outdoors sustainable with these solar camping gadgets – plus one biomass solution.
When electricity isn’t available, some businesses and families resort to generators to power homes, campsites, construction sites or important equipment. While these helpful machines are a lifesaver, there are important generator tips and safety precautions that must be followed.
There are 4 electrical safety tips every kid should know. Can you guess what they are?
Keeping your home cool this summer doesn’t have to require a huge budget or a relocation to the Southern Hemisphere for a little more of winter. It also doesn’t have to mean large increases to your electric bill or energy use. Here we've outlined other cooling ideas for your home, which vary from room-specific solutions to whole-house AC alternatives.
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