There are lots of great ways to save energy without busting the bank. This week, we’re looking at one of the best: the Google Nest Learning Thermostat.
National Day of the Cowboy started in 2005 to call attention to the contributions that these buckaroos made to the early development of our country.
Embrace your geekness with some smart ideas that will help save energy at home: lighting, windows, washers, dryers and more!
This holiday season, Infinite Energy invites you to consider buying an eco-friendly gift for friends, family and other loved ones.
Have you ever wondered what the different charges on your Texas electricity bill are for, and why you have them? We’re here to explain.
You can protect your whole home. Or you can just join a protection plan for your appliances, electronics, inside wiring, plumbing or hot water heater.
These are challenging times for many people. Some customers may need assistance with their energy bills, and we’d like to share information that can help.
Texas is a big renewable energy player, making more than 39 million megawatt hours of electricity from wind in 2014. More than any other state.
Switching entirely to LED lights throughout the next two decades could save the U.S. $250 billion and reduce electricity consumption for lighting by nearly 50 percent
A warm welcome to the wonderful world of Wattson Wisdom. I, Wattson, will be your guide to all things electric in this recurring feature on the Infinite Energy blog.
A warm welcome to the wonderful world of Wattson Wisdom. I, Wattson, will be your guide to all things electric in this new recurring feature on the Infinite Energy blog. I say, this blogging thing
There are two ways of measuring electricity usage that may affect your utility delivery charges: consumption and demand. Consumption refers to how much electricity you used over the meter-read