Offices to be closed for Presidents' Day

0213
 2018
Bluebonnet offices will close Monday, Feb. 19

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January arctic blast increases electric use, leads to higher electric bills

0203
 2018
An arctic blast that dropped Central Texas temperatures into the teens in January, the coldest air to hit the area in several years, has led to increased energy consumption for Bluebonnet’s members, which means higher electric bills.

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When Winter Temperatures Drop, Demand for Electricity and Energy Bills Rise

0107
 2014

When temperatures drop into the 20s and 30s like they have a few times this winter, demand for electricity and energy bills rise.

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MEMBER SERVICES Q&A: Energy vampires

0106
 2014

Q: I recently heard about energy vampires and phantom loads that can increase  your electric bill. I’m not one to believe in ghosts, but I am curious as to what this is all about.

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MEMBER SERVICES Q&A: Inexpensive ways to winterize your home

1119
 2013

Winterizing your home can be easy and affordable

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NEW LED SECURITY LIGHTS SHINING IN CENTRAL TEXAS: Using less electricity to cast a brighter light

1015
 2013
LED security lights use less electricity and cast a whiter and brighter light than the high-pressure sodium or mercury vapor lights that currently shine from most of Bluebonnet’s 28,000 security lights.

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