Tips to Survive Summer from Austin Energy and Austin Water

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Tips to Survive Summer from Austin Energy and Austin Water

Don't let the season melt your wallet

Tips to survive the summer from Austin Energy and Austin Water. Did you know there's an app you can use to track your energy consumption in your home? Download it and you can keep an eye on wasteful use of energy to try and relieve some stress on your wallet. Have you taken advantage of any of the rebates that the city of Austin offers?

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Jennifer Herber, from Austin Energy and Austin Water, stopped by Local Insights to share some great tips to use throughout the summer months to conserve energy and water. Did you know you should try to NOT use your oven during days with extreme heat? Have you had your AC coils checked in your home? What about the coils under your refrigerator? When was the last time you cleaned under there? Have you ever heard of 'phantom load'? It could be costing you money and you have no idea why. Hear all about these great tips to survive the summer season and spread the word!



Find out about energy rebates and incentives that are available to the Austin area.

Austin Energy Rebates and Incentives

Get tips on conservation and savings from Austin Water.

Austin Water Conservation and Savings Tips

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