Gobble Up Energy Savings With Oasis Energy’s Thanksgiving Coupon.

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Switch now and save big. Oasis Energy's Thanksgiving coupon code removes the $5.95 monthly base fee from your bill for LIFE! That's over a $70/year savings, this year, next year...every year. Combine this coupon with Oasis' already low rates and the savings really start to add up. Hungry for savings? Gobble up this deal now. This coupon works on ALL of Oasis Energy's electricity and natural gas plans. Check rates and availability in your area. (If you're in Maryland, New York, Pennsylvania, or Illinois, chances are we've got you covered.) Coupon expires 12/05/2013
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Save on electricity and gas service with Oasis Energy’s Back-to-School promo code

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School will be back in session shortly and now is a great time to teach your kids how to be both financially and environmentally responsible. Switch to one of Oasis Energy's traditional or 100% renewable energy plans and save. Use promo code "SCHOOL13" when signing up with Oasis Energy and the $5.95 monthly base fee will be waived. Coupon code "SCHOOL13" will waive the base fee for as long as you're an Oasis Energy customer. This is an annual savings of $71.40, and a savings of $142.80 during the term of a 24 month plan. Oasis Energy’s discount code applies to: All Electricity plans in New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland & Illinois. All Natural Gas plans in New York & Maryland. This promo code is only available for a limited time.…
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Back to the Future – 1.21 gigawatts for time travel

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In the 80's hit movie trilogy Back to the Future, 1.21 gigawatts (pronounced jiggawatts in the movie) was the amount of electricity it took to power the flux capacitor on the DeLorean time machine. In the movie Dr. Emmettt Brown used a lightning strike to generate this amount of power. We know the fictional flux capacitor requires 1,210,000,000 watts of power. What does it take to generate this much power in real life? This is the amount of power created by... 1 1/2 Nuclear reactors at 800 MW each would generate this much power. Around 600 Wind turbines at 2 MW each would generate this much power. 1 Lighting strike would generate this much power. Power levels of lightning strikes vary greatly but 1.21 gigawatts is within their range.   Fun Fact: The future scenes in…
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