Saving money on utility bills is as easy as a trip to the Internet.
The Florida Public Service Commission has unveiled the PSC
Conservation House Web page, an interactive tool for helping to educate
consumers on ways to reduce monthly utility charges.
Recent utility bill increases, caused by the escalating cost of fossil
fuels used to produce electricity, have customers seeking ways to conserve
energy and save on their natural gas and electric bills. The Conservation House, is accessible
through the Commission’s website.
Visitors to the Conservation House website can pick up money saving tips
such as improving insulation, using compact fluorescent light bulbs, and installing
a programmable thermostat.
“It has never been more important for Florida utility customers to take
control of their energy use,” Chairman Lisa Polak Edgar said. “The
Conservation House gives customers information they can use to make the most of
every dollar they spend on utility service.”
For additional information on the PSC
Conservation House, contact Bev DeMello or Dick Durbin at 850/413-6480.