Resources, Tips, & Links
Educational Resources, Tips, and Links to Other Agencies
A Guide to Home Energy Savings – Pennsylvania Home Power Boosters enables you to quickly and easily tap into the opportunities provided by increasing the energy efficiency of your home.
PA Power Switch – In Pennsylvania, you can choose the company that generates your electricity – also known as your electric supplier. This means you have the power to switch to a competing supplier who can offer the lowest price, or provide a specific service you want such as green/renewable energy.
Other Pricing Information Resources
Energy in Pennsylvania – a comprehensive Commonwealth site for individuals and businesses.
Energy Conservation Links
Home Energy Saving Tips – Explore your options for saving energy and using renewable energy at home, at work, in your community, and while driving.
Residential Natural Gas Prices: What Consumers Should Know – National Energy Information Center in Washington website on natural gas.
PA Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) Toll Free 1-866-857-7095.
US Department of Energy – Energy Savers Booklet – Energy tips provided by the U.S. Department Of Energy. Booklets are also available from our office. Email your request to email@example.com or call our office at 1-800-684-6560. For additional energy saving information, visit the U.S. Department Of Energy, Energy Savers website.
Weatherization Assistance Program – U.S. DOE, Office of Building Technology, State and Community Programs.
Home Energy Saver- Energy Advisor – Environmental Energy Technologies Division of DOE & EPA
Aclara.com – Smart Energy Choices
Conservation Consultants, Inc.– bringing resources together, Green Neighborhood Initiatives
EnergyCoordinating Agency of Philadelphia, Inc.– (ECA) nonprofit corporation ensuring affordable and environmentally sustainable energy and water.
The U. S. Department of Energy is offering complimentary copies of the Energy Information Administration’s brochure, Residential Natural Gas Prices: What Consumers Should Know. You can link directly to this brochure on EIA’s web site here.
Links For Long Distance Shopping Information – Updated August 8, 2005.
Long Distance Telephone Shopping Tips – Updated August 5, 2005.
Has your long distance carrier been switched without your authorization? If so, you may be a victim of SLAMMING. To file a slamming complaint complete the FCC Slamming Complaint Form.
Do you have unexplained or unauthorized charges on your bill? If so, you may be a victim of CRAMMING.