Posted February 1, 2016 by Adam P. Newton
It’s been a whirlwind few months for all of the University of Houston students participating in the Energy Efficiency Innovation Challenge. And we’ve kept you informed every step of the … READ MORE Announcing the Winners of the Energy Efficiency Innovation Challenge
Posted December 18, 2015 by John Rose
I may have grown up in the Northeast United States, but I’ve never acclimatized to the cold. In fact, if a genie granted me 3 wishes, one of them would … READ MORE Stay Warm in Winter Without Overworking Your Home Furnace
Posted December 14, 2015 by Alexandria Houstoun
It’s time for another update on the Energy Efficiency Innovation Challenge (EEIC)! Conducted by the University of Houston and sponsored by Direct Energy, this contest challenges seven teams of students … READ MORE Home Services Technicians Advise Competitors in the University of Houston Energy Efficiency Innovation Challenge
Posted December 9, 2015 by Vernon Trollinger
This year’s El Niño has been one of the strongest ones on record. Not only has it suppressed hurricanes in the Atlantic, it has also kept North America warm. October 2015 … READ MORE How Will El Niño Affect Winter Electricity and Natural Gas Prices (and My Energy Bills)?
Posted by Direct Energy Home Services
If you’re reading this article, you probably give some thought to your residential energy consumption. Good for you! Managing an energy-efficient household is a win-win: you’re doing your part to … READ MORE Misconceptions About Your Home Energy Use Could Cost You Money
Posted December 8, 2015 by Vernon Trollinger
We hear this question A LOT this time of year – from readers, family, and friends alike. So here’s the easy answer: Set it to what’s comfortable for you and your family! BUT – … READ MORE What’s the Best Temperature for My Thermostat in Winter?