No Cost Energy Tips for Business

Simple tips you already know but often overlooked. Ensure equipment is turned off overnight and weekends. Save energy by using the power management features on your monitors, CPUs, printers and copiers. Make sure outdoor lighting is turned off during the day. Keep bulbs, fixtures, lenses, lamps and reflective surfaces cleaned regularly. By removing grease, dust and other dirt, you can increase the output of your lights. Set thermostats to 78-80…

Energy Saving Tips for Hotels

Being energy efficient is important. Greenhouse gases, such as carbon dioxide and methane, have been identified to be responsible for causing climate change that affects our ability to live safely, grow and transport our food, and run our businesses. People are becoming more aware of the effects of climate change and that sense of awareness is prevalent in a lot of ways. For example nowadays, survey says that a lot…

5 Ways Small Businesses Can Save Energy and Money

It’s simple for small businesses to be energy-conscious and save money at the same time. Investing on energy-efficient appliances or switching to solar power lighting may seem like unnecessary expenses at the moment but could help you save money in the long run. Turning off work PCs and laptops when away for long periods of time and shutting down at the end of the day is a no brainer but…

6 Energy Tips for Restaurants

If you’re in the food industry, utility expenses can really make a big dent out of the monthly budget. Studies shows that restaurants, bars and cafés actually use 5-7 times more energy than a regular office building. If you’re in this predicament, fear no more. Here are some tips to help you save big in energy consumption and make your business more profitable. Tip # 1 – Regularly Monitor and…

Energy Saving Tips To Turn Your Business Green

As a company, going green is not just about helping to protect the environment and saving more in the long run, but also about standing out of the crowd and differentiating from the competition. Whether you are a small business or large corporation, you can greatly benefit from going green. Here are a few tips to turn your business green. Use Biodegradable Cleaners Biodegradable cleaning products claim to help you protect…

PSE&G Wants You to Be Safe Around Electricity

In the United States, on average 400 people die from electrocution and 4,400 are injured each year. Most of these deaths and injuries can be prevented. May is National Electric Safety Month, so we want to take this opportunity to remind you of 10 ways to avoid electrical safety hazards: Never handle electric appliances with wet hands. Never use electric appliances in wet or damp conditions unless the appliances are specifically…

5 Smart Energy Saving Tips

Energy is a limited resource, it’s limited by what we can afford, the infrastructure needed to make and distribute it and the availability of the raw materials. Reducing the amount that each one of us consumes addresses all of those issues.   Here are five smart energy saving tips for you: 1.) DON’T PUT THE PEDAL TO THE METAL Overly aggressive driving burns a lot of gas and can lower…

10 Easy and Inexpensive Ways to Save on Electric Bills

PSE&G Offers Money-Saving Hot Weather Tips 10 Easy and Inexpensive Ways to Save on Electric Bills   (Newark, N.J. – June 20, 2016) On the first official day of summer, Public Service Electric & Gas (PSE&G), New Jersey’s largest utility, reminds customers that higher temperatures can also lead to more usage and higher electric bills. Customers can save energy and money this summer by following a few easy and inexpensive…

United Energy Consultants’ Energy Efficiency Tips For Consumers

1. Consumers can take easy, inexpensive steps to reduce household energy consumption and minimize energy loss. Reducing air leaks could cut as much as 10 percent from an average household s monthly energy bill. For example, consumers can: Seal leaks around doors, windows, and other openings such as pipes or ducts, with​ ​caulk or weather-stripping ​2. ​Set thermostats between 65 and 70 degrees during the winter, and at 58 degrees when…