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Milder weather and lower cost per kilowatt-hour means CoServ Members should have their lowest bills since the spring.
Winter temperatures are fast approaching and that means it’s time for a quick refresher on how to save money when it’s cold outside.
With higher temperatures, CoServ Members should expect higher electricity usage for August. On the plus side, usage should be lower for August than it was for July.
Last year, CoServ Members installed 1,639 solar systems on their homes, up 130 percent from 2020. The total capacity installed totaled 14,983.31 kilowatts, also up 133 percent from the prior year.
All but two days in July had high temperatures of 99 degrees or higher. The temperature even reached 109 degrees three days in a row.
North Texas had 23 days where the high temperatures were above normal in the month of June, including nine days above 100 degrees.
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.