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Frequently Asked Questions

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A kilowatt hour (kWh) is a way to measure electricity use. A 100-watt lightbulb uses 1 kWh every 10 hours.

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A therm is a way to measure natural gas use. Cooking on a gas stovetop uses 1 therm every 10 hours.

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A unit represents a combination of electricity (kWh) and natural gas (therms).

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We know our customers are always looking for ways to make their home more efficient and save money on their energy bills. The Home Energy Reports are designed to provide more information about your energy use so you can make decisions about how to save.

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We compare your energy to the usage patterns of a group of about 100 similar households whose homes are close to yours and similar in size. Our research shows that for almost all residents, this 100-home average is a good indication of typical usage.

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The homes in your comparison group share approximately the same square footage and the same heating source as your home. These factors typically lead to similar energy needs for a home. Login to view your home information.

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Your home is being compared to nearby homes with similar square footage, building type (single or multi-family) and heating fuel type—the three most important factors affecting energy usage. Homes in your comparison are not necessarily next door or even down the street.

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Report results and recommendations are based on your actual energy usage, which may be affected by factors such as weather conditions.

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Information about your home, like square footage and heating source, is collected from public government sources. On occasion this information can be outdated or incomplete, so we encourage you to verify your home attributes by logging into your Home Energy Report Web Portal account.

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The dollar amount is an estimate that is calculated based on a utility wide rate price. Based on this value, we can estimate how much extra money you are saving or spending over six months.

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We can't account for household differences such as guests visiting or working from home, so we base your comparison on those three major factors (square footage, building type and heating fuel type) that drive energy consumption to provide a helpful benchmark

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The Home Energy Report puts your energy use in context, with an estimate of how your use compares to others and provides tips for saving.

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We are committed to helping our customers use less energy, save more money and improve the environment. Visit our Energy Efficiency Resources section to learn more about our programs.

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