If someone contacts you with threats to disconnect electric service unless you make immediate payment – typically using a prepaid card or another non-traceable form of payment – be alert that you are likely the target of a scam.
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Pictured left to right: Kent Tomlinson, SWEPCO Senior Energy Efficiency & Consumer Program Coordinator, and Jacob Nielsen, CLEAResult Program Manager, stand with the ACEEE Certificate of Recognition for an Exemplary Program
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.
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Using your ceiling fan to circulate warm air when it’s cold outside can also help you save money on your SWEPCO bill.
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.
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Annual maintenance extends the life of your system and helps you avoid costly breakdowns.
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S enior Customer Account Manager Carolyn Hampton visits with attendees at the East Texas Builders Association Home & Design Show.
Attendees asked questions, learned energy efficiency tips, and got some SWEPCO swag
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Zac and Lauren Pianalto
The couple met on both of their first days of work at SWEPCO in February 2007.
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To save energy (and money) in the winter, the U.S. Department of Energy recommends setting your thermostat to 68°F while you’re awake and then setting it lower while you’re asleep or away from home.
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.
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