COLUMBUS — Cornhusker Public Power District customers will pay a slightly higher amount for electricity next year.

Even the rural communities of Nebraska can’t escape #Utility rate increases. Can we help farms – you bet, from pumps to dairy barn lights we can reduce electrical demand and consumption to lower bills. Call today for more information.


San Diego Gas & Electric is seeking a 7.5 percent rate increase.

If you own or operate property in the San Diego area, the swoosh in your pocket was SDG&E taking money right out of your pocket. Let us reduce your cost with consumption measures that add Green to your bottom line, year after year. Contact us today – we help customers reduce or eliminate the effects of rate increases and add Green to their bottom line.

The Public Utilities Regulatory Authority said on Monday revised standard service rates for residential and business customers of Connecticut Light & Power and United Illuminating will take effect on Jan. 1, 2015.

Connecticut business owners, will you operate on reduced margins or will you pass the rate increases on to your customers? Consider our alternative – let us help reduce consumption, improve operating expense, and turn your business Green without using cash from your business. Call 714-512-5820 for more information.

The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission is collecting feedback from the public.

If your power is delivered by a First Energy or one of their subsidiaries Met-Ed, Penn Power, West Penn Power, or Penelec a substantial rate increase is coming your way. We change the consumption of power in your business to reduce costs, despite rate increases. We help businesses add Green to their bottom line every day. Focus on your business while we reduce your Utility costs. Call 714-512-5820 for more information today.