Commit to energy savings in 2021

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Ahh, 2021. The possibilities are endless. You can start a new exercise routine, pick up a hobby and more. If you want to make saving money and energy one of your goals this year, we can help make it easy with these simple steps:

  • Turn off the lights. When you leave a room, remember to turn off lights, TVs and other electronics you aren't using.

  • Use sunlight to your advantage. Open blinds or curtains during the day to let in the sun’s warmth. Closing those window treatments at night will capture the warm air inside your home, preventing heat loss.

  • Switch your lightbulbs to LEDs. Replace incandescent lightbulbs with energy-efficient LED bulbs. LEDs use 75% less energy than incandescent bulbs and last longer. Purchase LED bulbs at

  • Use ENERGY STAR® appliances and electronics. If you know you'll be buying a new appliance or TV in the new year, make sure it features the ENERGY STAR label. All ENERGY STAR certified products meet specific energy-efficiency requirements established by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

  • Install a smart thermostat. If you're looking to upgrade to a smart thermostat, visit for a $50 instant discount.

Interested in more? Focus on Energy is committed to helping you save money while saving energy on your monthly utility bills. Commit, or recommit, to saving more this year with our help. Find out more at

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