Friday, April 10, 2009

High Cost Summer Energy Bills Can Take a Hike

Hot summer days are just around the corner. To help you take control of your energy expenses, NV Energy offers money saving tips on their web site, A few helpful tips listed are:

- Switch your residential energy bill schedule to the Equal Payment option. This payment option takes your average power usage from the last 12 months and divides it into equal monthly payments. You’ll then know in advance what your bill will be each month.

- Insulate your water heater with a water heater blanket. Doing this can reduce heat loss from your hot water heater by 25% - 40%, which could possible reduce your annual water heating cost by 9%.

- Weather strip your windows and doors to keep air conditioned cool air from escaping and you’re a/c unit from having to work double time.

You could also win up to $300 to help pay for a summer electric bill!
All you have to do is pay a bill through SilverLink Online Banking now through August 31, 2009, during our Bill Payer Electric Bill Sweepstakes. Each bill you pay online becomes an automatic entry. So the more bills you pay online, the more chances you have to win. Six lucky winners will be selected…one could be you!

Don’t miss out on the convenience and time saving benefits of FREE Online Bill Payer*… it could help you beat the heat with your high summer electric bills.

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