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For Members who want to track their electricity usage this summer, CoServ makes it easy with the various tools inside the CoServ App and SmartHub.
Overall, the average high temperature for May was 88.8 degrees, 9.3 degrees higher than the same month in 2021. Air condition use spiked by 43 percent based on the cooling degree days, a metric that calculates how high temperatures get over 65 degrees and for how long.
Summer Savings Series: Part 1
This year, as summer energy prices and consumer inflation soar, all Texans should expect to pay more per kilowatt-hour for electricity this summer.
Summer Savings Series: Part 2
CoServ employs the latest technology to empower our Members to take control of their energy usage. By utilizing their online account through SmartHub or the CoServ App, Members can track electricity consumption, compare it to past billing periods, analyze usage on a particular day of the week and break it down into 15-minute increments.
Average April temperatures were about 5 degrees warmer than the same month last year, including two days where highs reached 90 degrees or higher.
We know CoServ Members are taking a closer look at their electric bills as they’ve noticed their costs going up in recent months. This may cause some Members to wonder if they would be better off in Texas’ deregulated electricity market where consumers choose their electric provider. The simple answer is, no.
Temperatures remained relatively mild for most of March in North Texas, giving CoServ Members’ air conditioners and heaters a reprieve.
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.
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.
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.