So, Georgia Power sent me another pamphlet in with my electric bill. They recommend setting the thermostat to 68 degrees Fahrenheit in winter. For every degree higher than 68, tack on another 3% of energy used. And we all know—energy ain’t cheap! Here’s their helpful chart to show you how much you’ll save and how much you can spend.
For more energy-saving tips for your home, visit georgiapower.com/earthcents
Energy articles for further reading:
- Winter Weather Tip: Save Energy & Money By Installing an Energy Star Thermostat (smarthome.com)
- How to Lower Your Home Energy Bills (mybigearth.com)
- 30 ways to use energy wisely during winter (christianpf.com)