Prioritizing home energy savings By Mitch Ross
As you might imagine, my profession in the energy-efficiency field gives me extra authority as I strive to do what any good stereotypical dad does — go around the house telling my family to “Turn off lights!” and “Leave the thermostat alone!” and “Shut the doors!”
Diagnosing duct leakage by Mitch Ross
Imagine a ridiculous scenario with me. Let’s say your vehicle, which is rated to get 30 MPG, only gets about 20 MPG. Your fuel-efficient car is actually a gas guzzler!
Need assistance paying your electric bill?
The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) provides help with paying heating costs in winter months to qualifying individuals and families.
Understanding power curtailments
Winter Storm Uri was an unprecedented weather event in February 2021 that left a lasting impact on all electric utilities.
‘Twas the Night Before Christmas Outage
‘Twas the night before Christmas, and all through the state; Not a creature was stirring, there was nothing to debate. The rights-of-way had been cleared by the men with care; Just in case a big ice storm like 2000 should appear.
Holiday Card Contest winner announced
Congratulations to Maliah Fischer, a third grade student at Pocahontas Elementary, who created the winning design for the 2023 CCECC Holiday Card!
Sparking joy and light
Many of us eagerly anticipate the holidays. The season is marked by special foods, festive decorations and lots of celebrations.
Winter is coming: Safeguard your home by Mitch Ross
“Winter is coming.” It’s a phrase from a popular TV show to signify that difficult and troubled times lie ahead. One thing about the upcoming winter does inspire some foreboding — associated expenses!
Capital Credit Retirement Notice
The Clay County Electric Board of Directors approved a capital credit retirement of $1,547,143.
Serving up Savings
The holiday season is just around the corner and soon, festive music will flood the airwaves, sparkling lights and decorations will adorn homes and businesses, and good tidings will abound.