Tag: energy

Happy Pi Day!

Happy Pi Day!

Happy Pi Day! Note, we do mean pi and not pie, although today does give us a pretty good excuse to indulge in some tasty treats. In addition to celebrating the number 3.14, we’re also celebrating Albert Einstein’s birthday. The physicist that gave us E = MC², the equation for ENERGY, was born on March […]

Direct Energy Buzz February 22 Edition

Direct Energy Buzz February 22 Edition

Happy Friday! We made it to the end of the week and we’re excited about it! How energy efficient was your week? Before you head off to celebrate your weekend, here’s your Direct Energy Buzz. On Monday, we focused on the kitchen and shared a few tips on how to be energy efficient in our […]

Houston Dynamo

“Play on the Pitch” Sweepstakes

Want to play like a Dynamo? Our partnership with the Houston Dynamo allows us to bring you the best of both worlds−amazing soccer and green energy! With that in mind, we are excited to announce our “Play on the Pitch” sweepstakes. Right now, if you sign up with Direct Energy, you have the chance to […]

Reduce Your Use At The Texas Nonprofit Summit

In continuing efforts to raise awareness about our Reduce Your Use campaign, we will be at the Texas Nonprofit Summit. Our attitude is: small changes can make a big difference. No one understands this more than nonprofits. We are committed to using our energy expertise to make a difference in people’s lives — so we’re […]

Vacation Energy Savings Made Simple

Vacation Energy Savings Made Simple

Hopefully you’ve got some vacation time planned for this summer – a little bit of time to relax and unwind with family and friends, or maybe a daring new adventure.  Either way, one thing that never goes on vacation is your electricity bill.  And while most of us can’t just flip a switch and turn […]

Survey Identifies “New Normal” in Energy Thinking

Survey Identifies “New Normal” in Energy Thinking

The very smart people at Deloitte & Touche have just released the most version of their ReSource study that measures business and consumer attitudes and behaviors around energy, particularly consumption and conservation.  And while the study doesn’t have enough history to spot any emerging trends (this is the 2nd year), there is definitely a “new […]