GRU Sets Record for Energy Used in Winter
As the temperature drops on the outside, the temperature on your household thermostat is probably rising; and you wouldn't be alone... Wednesday GRU customers set a record for the amount of electricity used in winter months.
Many customers set their thermostats higher because of the recent cold weather and GRU officials say that set the record.
GRU officials say to keep those heating costs low customers should weatherize their homes, keep their thermostats set at 68 degrees, and service heating equipment regularly. Also monitoring your overall energy consumption will help with those bills.
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