on 8/14/2003 07:38:00 AM
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Crank Up the Air Conditioning and Save Money ?
"Southern California Edison urged its customers Wednesday to buy an Energy Star-labeled programmable thermostat -- and said it will throw in a $20 rebate for those who do.
They are easy to install, and once you set it, you can forget it. You won't have to worry about cooling an empty house when you're away. Customers who use programmable thermostats can save up to 30 percent on the air- conditioning portion of their electric bill.
Air conditioners account for an average of 150 kilowatt-hours of electricity per month and are one of the costliest energy users in a home, according to SCE.
Programmable thermostats can keep room temperatures within two degrees of the desired temperature, and they cost as little as $35, according to SCE, which is ready to throw in a $20 rebate as well."
If I had this I wouldn't have had to go to the one room in my house that had air. . .
However, how do these thermostats work ?
Stole this from Cheryl's blog.
Besides Verizon at $29.95, which is currently not available in the 90026 area, what is the cheapest DSL or Cable flat deal ?
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