Earlier this year, our Arkansas-specific Home Performance with ENERGY STAR® program received an Exemplary Program Award from the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy. It was recognized for its effectiveness and innovation in helping residential customers achieve greater levels of energy efficiency. Arkansas customers, see if you qualify for the program’s no-cost home energy assessments and energy efficiency improvements today.
Did you know you can use your ceiling fan in the winter to help keep warm? If you’re like most people, you probably only use your fan to help keep cool in summer. Continue reading “Warm up with a fan. No, really.”
The Eagle Watch Nature Trail at SWEPCO Lake in Northwest Arkansas has a new boardwalk to enhance visitors’ views of the lake and the area’s abundance of wildlife.
Nine out of 10 homes in the U.S. are under insulated, according to ENERGY STAR. Under-insulated attics in particular waste homeowners’ money through high energy bills.Continue reading “Check your insulation to Rule Your Attic! Here’s how.”
Annual maintenance extends the life of your system and helps you avoid costly breakdowns.
Attendees asked questions, learned energy efficiency tips, and got some SWEPCO swag
The couple met on both of their first days of work at SWEPCO in February 2007. Continue reading “Shine the light on love: SWEPCO’s Zac & Lauren Pianalto”
The U.S. Department of Energy estimates that a one-degree reduction in your normal thermostat setting maintained for eight hours can reduce a home’s energy bill by one percent.
Air leakage is when the air in your home is able to escape through cracks and crevices. This also happens in reverse when outside air is able to get into your house through those same cracks and crevices. Continue reading “Leaky Homes = Less Savings”