How to avoid shockingly high gas bills.

Energy Savings Tips, Tips & Tricks
Have you ever opened your gas bill and had sticker shock? Yeah, that's no fun. Oasis Energy wants to help you avoid that feeling as much as possible, here's how... The Problem: When the temperatures drop to very cold levels, this has a huge effect on your gas bill. Because of the extreme cold, you and everyone else suddenly uses significantly more natural gas to heat their homes and businesses. As everyone in the region demands more energy to heat their homes and businesses, the market demand for natural gas increases, and the market price rises. If you're on a variable rate for your gas service, this increase can be substantial. (The image below shows how the spot price for natural gas rose from FIVE to TEN TIMES it's standard…
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Three things you NEED to know about ceiling fans! (VIDEO)

Energy Savings Tips, Fun Facts, Tips & Tricks, video
Oasis Energy’s latest video explores some of the lesser-known facts about ceiling fans. It’s part of an ongoing series of videos produced by Oasis Energy in an effort to increase consumer knowledge on energy efficiency. This video provides easy steps our customers can take to reduce their electricity and gas usage. Now sit back, relax and prepare to be dazzled by the science behind how ceiling fans work. Watch as we address a few common misconceptions many people have about fans. Three things you NEED to know about ceiling fans! Which direction should your ceiling fan turn? 1. Fans don't cool rooms, they cool people. Turn them off when you're not in a room. 2. Fan should spin Counterclockwise when trying to cool the room. 3. Fan should spin Clockwise…
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How to program your thermostat and get huge energy savings. (VIDEO)

Energy Savings Tips, Tips & Tricks, video
According to the Department of Energy roughly half of an average home's energy is consumed heating and cooling the home. This is a huge opportunity for energy savings. How to reduce your AC bill: 1. Get a programmable thermostat. (They range in price from $25 to $350+) 2. USE IT!!! (Many people have programmable thermostats and have not programmed them.) Check out our video on how to program a thermostat: The savings are too significant, and it's too easy, not to use a programmable thermostat. In virtually every scenario a consumer will get a positive ROI (Return on Investment), purchasing and using a basic programable thermostat. Tip: If you aren't willing to program your own thermostat, spend the money on a learning thermostat like the "Nest". It's more expensive…
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