Your heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system is one of the most important and expensive systems in your home. Detecting issues early can help you plan for repairs or equipment replacement.

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Learn what happens during a power outage and how lineworkers work safely and efficiently to restore services. Also find out how your electric co-op invests in the right technologies and equipment designed to protect the power grid and prevent outages from plunging your home into darkness. 

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Earth Day is April 22, a time when we celebrate this beautiful planet we are lucky to call home. During this day of appreciation, it’s a great time to take action at home by making changes to conserve energy.

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Adopting simple yet effective energy-saving strategies during spring-cleaning routines can create an efficient living environment that may also lower utility bills and extend the life of heavily used appliances.

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Colder weather can increase energy use and bills since heating accounts for the highest wintertime energy consumption in most homes. Follow these tips to save energy while still staying warm in Iowa's winter months.

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To understand why it is so important for everyone to use less energy when there is high demand for electricity, known as “peak times,” it’s helpful to learn about the complex system that delivers electricity to your home.

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When considering a new stovetop, it pays to consider the options that will make the most of your cooking experience. Fortunately, there are many great choices in the market today.

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Through recent innovation, the smart technology-enabled electrical panel is becoming a worthwhile energy efficiency upgrade. Many consumers are upgrading to smart breaker boxes to make their home electrical systems safer and more reliable.

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Upgrading or improving your windows is an important component of your home’s energy efficiency. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, heat gain and loss through windows consume 25% to 30% of residential heating and cooling energy use.

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Educating kids on energy use and costs can help engage them in your family’s goal to use less electricity. They can be electric conservation champions if you ask them to help. Here are some ways you can teach kids to use less electricity.

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