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Thermostat

After-hours savings

Lowering your thermostat while you’re closed will help you save on heating costs with every degree you lower it.

Keep delivery charges in check

If you’ve had to limit hours or people at work, your energy use may drop. But spikes in your usage over short periods can still make delivery charges from your Transmission & Distribution Utility (TDU) go up. No matter your provider, TDUs charge businesses for the highest amount of electricity they need during any 15-minute period. Staggering the times you start high-energy equipment, like printers and heaters, may help lower your charges. Learn more here.

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Season’s savings

No matter what hours you’re keeping, MyAccount gives you 24/7 access to your account. You can see how much electricity you’re using and how much the unpredictable weather affects it without having to wait for your bill.

A breath of fresh air

Regularly cleaning or replacing the filter in your heating system can lower your annual energy costs by up to 15%. Talk about a bonus!1

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Usage alerts

With budget alerts, you’ll receive helpful email or text alerts to let you know whenever your business is using more energy than usual, so you can adjust. Set them up online in MyAccount.

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Looking for extra payment flexibility or help with managing your usage? Call us from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday at 888-399-5501.

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Small business, big resources

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1Figures represent national averages according to energy.gov. See energy.gov for more information.