Direct Energy Brings Winter Holiday Rates to Alberta

It might not be winter yet according to the calendar (December 22nd this year!), but cold weather has certainly started to creep across Canada. And those lower temperatures can bring with them higher energy bills when you start increasing your thermostat use to keep your home and family warm.

Direct Energy Brings Winter Holiday Rates to Alberta
Make #LiveBrighter your motto for Winter 2015!

Well, Direct Energy wants to help our friends across Alberta live brighter! Starting November 1st, we’re rolling out exclusive winter holiday rates for residential customers in Edmonton, Calgary, and everywhere in between. You will have the chance to secure a fixed rate for your home’s electricity and natural gas for 1 or 2 years in length, complete with options for “Dual Fuel” plans so you can pay for all your utility bills in one fell swoop each month.

Knowing the exact rate you’ll pay each month for your energy usage goes a long way to managing your utility costs. This is especially true when chilly weather arrives, so Direct Energy wants to help you however it can. And to increase the energy efficiency of your home throughout the winter, try a few of these tips, because combining decreased energy usage with fixed rates can combine to deliver smaller energy bills when you need it most.

Need help getting your home heating ready for that winter climate? Contact our Home Services department today! Whether your furnace needs a basic tune-up or something more extensive like repairs, maintenance, or replacement, they’ll provide the expert advice and top-notch customer service you and your home deserves.

Direct Energy Brings Winter Holiday Rates to Alberta
Happy 110th Birthday, Alberta!

Direct Energy has your best interests at heart, Alberta, so we hope you take advantage of this great winter holiday offer today to secure in an excellent fixed-rate plan for all your energy needs!

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Born and raised in Southeast Texas, Adam P. Newton never acquired the charming accent that most life-long Texans possess in spades, but he’s OK with that. Adam currently creates and curates online content for Direct Energy. Before his career in content marketing, Adam spent several years toiling as a freelance music journalist.

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