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What to expect on your December bill

What to expect on your December bill

The average low temperature for November was 46.3 degrees. That’s 2.7 degrees cooler than last year. Just a few degrees difference led to a 44 percent increase in heating degree days, the metric used to calculate how much homeowners use their heater.

What to expect on your November electric bill

What to expect on your November electric bill

Warmer temperatures could translate to higher electric usage for CoServ Members because they had to use more air conditioning in October 2021 compared to the same period a year ago. 

How to prepare your home for winter

How to prepare your home for winter

CoServ Gas added an average of nearly 600 new active gas meters a month in the first seven months of 2021, which means for many Customers this will be their first winter with gas service in their homes.

What to expect on your September electric bill

What to expect on your September electric bill

After an unusually rainy August, September was mostly dry and hot, which will likely result in higher electricity usage for CoServ Members. 

What to expect on your August electric bill

What to expect on your August electric bill

North Texas received nearly 5 inches of rain in August, 2.6 inches more than normal, which means temperatures were slightly cooler than last year. But it was still August, the hottest month of the year. 

What to expect on your July electric bill

What to expect on your July electric bill

A few summer showers helped cool down an otherwise hot July where the temperature reached 100 degrees five times in North Texas.

Hot, humid June could lead to more electricity usage

Hot, humid June could lead to more electricity usage

After a soggy May, June had far less rainfall and plenty of hot, humid days.   

CoServ Members should expect June electricity consumption to be higher than May because air condition usage more than doubled thanks to the hotter temperatures. Comparing this year to last June, electricity consumption – driven mostly by air condition usage – should be about the same.

How to conserve energy and water, but still have a beautiful lawn

How to conserve energy and water, but still have a beautiful lawn

It's in all our best interests to do what we can to conserve energy and resources, including water. 

ERCOT back to regular conditions; request for conservation ends

ERCOT back to regular conditions; request for conservation ends

The Electric Reliability Council of Texas [ERCOT] ended its request for conservation and returned to normal operations Friday evening.

Weather Report: Deluge brings cooler temperatures, less energy consumption for May

Weather Report: Deluge brings cooler temperatures, less energy consumption for May

North Texas received more than 7 inches of rain in May, leading to cooler temperatures and, likely, less energy consumption for CoServ Members.

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