CITY OF THOMASVILLE PROVIDES ENERGY EFFICIENCY TIPS FOR COOLER WEATHER

As winter arrives and cooler temperatures head our way, most residential customers will experience increases in energy usage which can translate into higher utility bills. With this in mind, the City of Thomasville encourages customers to implement easy and affordable ways to save on their energy usage now that will pay off later. “The arrival of colder weather does not mean that customers do not have options at their disposal to save on their energy bills,” said Stephan Thompson,...



CITY OF THOMASVILLE OFFERS ENERGY EFFICIENCY TIPS FOR HOTTER SUMMER MONTHS

The sunny skies of the summer months signal the beginning of outdoor barbecues, kids playing outside and summer vacations. It also brings us our hottest months of the year, leading many utility customers to turn down their thermostat to cool their home. The City of Thomasville encourages its customers to be sure energy efficiency is top of mind to help lessen the impact of increased utility usage that may occur during the hot summer months. “When it is hot outside, we know our customers...



NATIONAL CUT YOUR ENERGY COSTS DAY

Sunday, January 10, 2021, is National Cut Your Energy Costs Day. This nationally recognized day aims to raise awareness about the many ways to reduce the impact of energy expenditures, both financially and environmentally. National Cut Your Energy Costs Day was first established by the Canadian Energy Efficiency Alliance and is now observed in numerous places throughout the world, including the United States. “On an annual basis, homes account for 22% of energy usage in the United...



CITY OF THOMASVILLE PROVIDES ENERGY EFFICIENCY TIPS FOR COOLER WEATHER

While the outside temperatures are mild, it won’t be long before cooler winter temperatures arrive. Colder weather increases energy usage for most residential customers, which can translate into higher utility bills. With this in mind, the City of Thomasville encourages customers to implement easy and affordable ways to save on their energy usage now that will pay off later. “When cooler weather hits our area, our customers will utilize more energy which will have an impact on their...



CITY OF THOMASVILLE CELEBRATES NATIONAL CUT YOUR ENERGY COSTS DAY

January 10, 2020 is National Cut Your Energy Costs Day. This nationally recognized holiday works to reduce the impact of energy expenditures, both financially and environmentally. The City of Thomasville has several helpful tips and programs to assist citizens in lowering their monthly utility expenses. “There are many ways to reduce your energy costs, including adjustments to your appliances, electronics, and lighting, just to name a few,” said Chelsie Cosby, City of Thomasville...



CITY OF THOMASVILLE PROVIDES ENERGY EFFICIENCY TIPS FOR WINTER MONTHS

With cooler weather upon us, the City of Thomasville has some cold weather energy efficiency tips to help you stay comfortable while saving money. “With cooler weather finally headed our direction, we want to remind our customers of some cold weather tips and ways that they can save while still staying comfortable,” said Chelsie Cosby, City of Thomasville Customer Experience Liaison. There are many simple steps customers can take to save on their utility bill with little, if...



CITY OF THOMASVILLE OFFERS ENERGY EFFICIENCY TIPS DURING HOTTER SUMMER MONTHS

It only takes a short time outside to realize that the temperatures are hot in southwest Georgia. With the heat continuing to rise, many utility customers may be nudging their thermostat down a bit, which can cause higher than normal utility bills. The City of Thomasville encourages its customers to be sure to use energy efficient means to help lessen the impact of increased utility bills that may occur during the warm summer months. “When it is hot outside, we know our customers can...



ENERGY SAVING TIPS FOR THE WINTER MONTHS

As winter arrives and cooler temperatures head our way, the City of Thomasville would like to provide the community with some tips to save energy and reduce their utility costs during the cold weather months. Most of these tips can be implemented with little, if any, costs associated. Set your thermostat between 66-68 degrees and even lower, or completely off, when you’re away. Close warm air supply registers for rooms that aren’t in use. Check your heating ducts to ensure...