Energy waste is one of the most common household expenses, and while energy companies are working to develop cleaner, more efficient solutions, there is still more that can be done when you make adjustments at home. There are simple changes that homeowners can make to help reduce utility bills, thanks to the rising sophistication and effectiveness of LED lighting, home remodeling alternatives and smart home technologies. Learn how you can save money and create a more energy-efficient home in 2022.
Power outages occur in every part of the country, sometimes during the coldest months of winter. While we recommend being prepared for a power outage, regardless of the cause, if the forecast calls for severe winds, heavy rains, snow or ice it is best to be ready. Here are some steps you can take.
Colorado is a beautiful state that offers many breathtaking landscapes. However, there are also some hidden gems in our member areas that you can explore. From Buena Vista to Fort Collins and Granby, there is a lot to discover. Here are 12 fun things to do in our member areas in Colorado - in the winter or anytime.
Come Thanksgiving Day, people are busy cooking and preparing for the family gathering. In addition to making sure you have your meal ready in time, it is important to also consider the safety of your home. Here are some helpful tips to keep in mind for a safe and energy-efficient Thanksgiving Day celebration.
Electricity is one of the most dangerous hazards in your home, especially if you have pets. Pets, like children, are unaware of the dangers posed by plugs, wires, and electrical devices in the home. Fortunately, there are simple and preventive measures you can take to safeguard your pets.
Electricity powers our lives, and as electricity is getting cleaner, there are many ways to help rural electricity consumers use energy wisely and efficiently so that energy isn’t wasted.
The U.S. Department of Energy has designated October as Energy Awareness Month. At Tri-State, we are recognizing the important role of reliable, affordable and responsible electricity, and the cooperative business model, as our members serve communities across the West.
It's the season of crisp, cool air and crunchy leaves underfoot. That means it's time to get your gardening tools out! One way to handle fall cleanup is to make the process more efficient, such as adding electric-powered outdoor tools. These handy devices can make yard work easier and cleaner.
You could always turn up the heat, but there are ways to use beneficial electrification to stay warm and cozy without breaking the bank. Just in time for cooler weather, here are great ways to help keep your house warm, cozy, and energy-efficient this fall season.