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Find out everything you need to know about going solar with utilities throughout the country.
Minnesota now requires that all electric utilities get 100% of the electricity they serve to customers from carbon-free sources by 2040. Here’s what that means for you.
Utility bills are monthly statements that outline how much money you owe for services like electricity, gas, water, and internet. Learn how to save.
Is it a good financial decision to go solar as a SMUD customer? Learn about SMUD solar programs and find out if solar panels are right for you!
If you’re like most PPL customers, you pay a lot every month for electricity. Pay yourself instead by adding solar panels to your home.
A breakdown of what National Grid customers need to know about going solar in New York.
LADWP offers several solar programs for its customers, including net metering, Solar Rooftops, and Shared Solar. Save money with solar in Los Angeles!
A breakdown of what Austin Energy customers need to know before they go solar from how the Value of Solar rate works to if it’s a worthwhile investment.
Learn more about the cost of electricity in Los Angeles and find out how you can save money with LADWP.
Energy-efficient light bulbs last longer, cost less, and are just as effective as traditional incandescent bulbs. Find out if they're right for your home.
The average electric bill in New Jersey is about $116, but homeowners can install solar panels to bring that down to $0.
In 2022, the average cost of electricity in Boston is 26 cents per kilowatt-hour, and the average monthly bill is $156. Here are two easy ways for Bostonians to lower their energy bill
Maricopa, AZ residents spend about $105 per month on utility costs, but can greatly reduce that by going solar.