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Five Ways to Cut Your Winter Energy Costs

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There’s just three weeks until the official start of winter—is your home winter energy efficient? With the cooler weather settling into Kissimmee and the holiday decorations starting to come out, consider these five tips to make sure your home is winter energy efficient this holiday season: Take advantage of heat from the sun – Open… Read more »

Shop For Energy Savers This Black Friday

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If you’re looking to buy home upgrades this Black Friday, consider shopping for Energy Star Certified appliances. Here are some shopping tips before you hit the stores: Know where to look. Be aware that many appliances have a large “Energy Guide” label where you can find the ENERGY STAR logo. This tells you how much… Read more »

Feast on Energy Savings this Thanksgiving

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As we prepare to spend Thanksgiving with family and friends, it’s important to remember that extra cooking and baking can cause electric bills to go up. Here’s are a few simple cooking tips to help keep your energy costs down during the holiday season: Clean stove burners and reflectors provide better heating, while saving energy…. Read more »

Space Heater Safety

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With some cooler weather rolling into Kissimmee next week, KUA reminds you to exercise caution when using space heaters. Check out these tips to keep yourself and those around you safe: Before using any space heater, read the manufacturer’s instructions and warning labels carefully. Inspect the heater for cracker, broken plugs or loose connections before… Read more »

Two Weeks Left to Participate in KUA’s 25th Annual Calendar Contest

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The deadline for entries for Kissimmee Utility Authority’s 25th Annual Calendar of Electrical Safety contest is two weeks from today. The annual talent hunt is open to Osceola County students enrolled in kindergarten through grade 6, including public, private and home-schooled students. Students are asked to use crayons, markers, paints or computer-generated graphics to depict… Read more »