Posts Tagged: Public Power

Fill the Air with Love on Valentine’s Day, Not Metallic Balloons

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Valentine’s Day is here and Kissimmee Utility Authority is warning residents about the public safety risks associated with helium-filled Mylar or metallic balloons. More metallic balloons are sold on Valentine’s Day than any other holiday and, not surprisingly, it’s also the same day that utilities across the country experience numerous metallic balloon-related power outages. Metallic… Read more »

5 Ways to Have a Romantic & Energy-Efficient Valentine’s Day

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Valentine’s Day is almost here—have you made plans? Whether you’re staying home to cook dinner for that special someone or going out for a romantic experience, consider energy-efficiency this Valentine’s Day. Fall in love with these cost-saving tips:  1. Choose an Energy-Efficient Dinner If you plan to cook, remember our energy saving cooking tips. Use… Read more »

9 Super Bowl Grilling Safety Tips

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Super Bowl Sunday is coming up and whether you’re into the ads or the game, cooking out is a popular and cost effective activity this football season. If you have a grill, you have a way to save energy. Grilling outdoors lets you skip the energy costs of running your stove and oven. If you… Read more »

5 Reasons to Slow Down and Make More Meals With Your Slow Cooker

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January is Slow Cooking Month and a great reminder of just how energy efficient a slow cooker or crock-pot can be when preparing meals for your family. While the slow cooker isn’t great for every cooking task, it has many significant advantages that make it worthy to be a staple in every kitchen.Here are 5… Read more »