Insights into Helping Your Family Live Brighter
Your family is filled with the most important people in your life, so it makes sense that you want to enjoy quality time with them. In this section, we'll provide tips, advice, recipes, teaching moments, and more – all designed to entertain and educate your family about energy and energy-related topics. We’ll even help you travel in style!
Posted February 11, 2014 by Brooke Drake
Valentine’s Day, for many, means a fancy dinner at an expensive restaurant. However, eating dinner out can be crowded and loud – making the night less romantic than expected. So … READ MORE Plan a Luxurious Three-Course Meal for Valentine’s Day
Posted February 7, 2014 by Brooke Drake
February is sometimes referred to as the month of love. It’s a time show your appreciation to those you love: your family, friends, teachers, and more. As such, February is … READ MORE 3 Heart-Healthy Recipes for National Wear Red Day
Posted January 29, 2014 by Brooke Drake
With the Big Game approaching this Sunday, you may be thinking of hosting a party but you’re not sure about the costs involved. If you feel that way, there’s no … READ MORE 5 Tips for Throwing a Great (and Cheap) Party for the Big Game
Posted January 24, 2014 by John Rose
If you were a fan of Looney Tunes when you were a kid (I still am), you may see some changes to these classic cartoons in the very near future. … READ MORE Why Can’t I Buy Incandescent Light Bulbs Any More?
Posted by Adam P. Newton
All over Direct Energy’s service territory of Pittsburgh, PA, there are nonprofit organizations doing great work to help make the world a better place. Auberle is no exception, as this … READ MORE Direct Energy Presents Pittsburgh Nonprofit with $2,500 Energy Efficiency Grant
Posted January 20, 2014 by Adam P. Newton
In an effort to help honor Pittsburgh’s remarkable volunteer spirit, Direct Energy and media sponsor Trib Total Media, Inc. are proud to announce the launch of the third annual Pittsburgh … READ MORE Direct Energy Volunteer Citizen of the Year Award Returns to Pittsburgh