New Year, New Air Filters


Each New Year we have the opportunity to take on new goals and resolutions. One largely overlooked area for improvement is how often you change the air filter in your HVAC system.

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New Lights for the New Year

the strand

In late 2018, SWEPCO presented the Strand Theatre with a $13,725.68 check to help the nonprofit upgrade its lighting to light-emitting diodes (LEDs).

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Storm Update: Dec. 27, 3 p.m.

Fallen trees and downed power lines blocking a road; hazards after a natural disaster wind storm
Never touch a downed line, or go near it, no matter how harmless it looks. The line could be energized. 

SWEPCO crews are working to restore power as safely and quickly as possible to 3,300 customers who remain without power after severe storms with high winds and lightning struck the region Wednesday night and Thursday morning. Continue reading “Storm Update: Dec. 27, 3 p.m.”

Preventing holiday electrical fires ☃

brennende wunderkerze am weihnachtsbaum

Follow a few basic tips to avoid these fire hazards during the holiday season.

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Ashdown Schools receive $63k for lighting upgrades

Ashdown Schools Check Presentation
Pictured left to right: Ashdown Schools Superintendent Casey Nichols, Ashdown Schools Board Member Rosa Bowman, Energy Efficiency & Consumer Program Coordinator Greg Perkins and Clear Energy Director of Business Development Josh Meyer

Energy Efficiency & Consumer Program Coordinator Greg Perkins last week presented Ashdown Schools with a $63,046.60 check for participating in the Commercial & Industrial Energy Efficiency Program. The school district completed a large lighting retrofit project to qualify for the incentive. Continue reading “Ashdown Schools receive $63k for lighting upgrades”

Bright lights and savings ahead for Hallsville ISD

Senior Energy Efficiency & Consumer Program Coordinator Mike Nix, Hallsville ISD Superintendent Jeff Collum and Hallsville ISD Director of Maintenance Ben Avedikian

We were happy to present Hallsville ISD with $2,177.50 in incentives for installing LEDs and for replacing an AC condenser. The school district qualified for the monetary incentives after completing a lighting retrofit project and replacing an air conditioning condenser. Continue reading “Bright lights and savings ahead for Hallsville ISD”