The savings tips gathered in this report are especially crucial for those living in extreme weather climates, but can also be used year-round to maximize savings and minimize energy waste.
EL SEGUNDO, CA (PRWEB) February 01, 2013
With the arrival of Groundhog Day 2013 tomorrow, Americans in colder regions of the U.S. are stopping to consider what the cost of an addition six weeks of winter will be if Punxsutawney Phil sees his shadow. Go Banking Rates spoke to professionals in the energy industry to research tips on how to save money on energy and heating bills should Punxsutawney Phil see his shadow and declare a long winter.
Go Banking Rates’ savings expert, Jennifer Calonia, says, “The savings tips gathered in this report are especially crucial for those living in extreme weather climates, but can also be used year-round to maximize savings and minimize energy waste.”
According to the report, an additional six weeks of winter would extend the season by a full 50 percent, which means Americans could see a considerable rise in their heating and energy bills after Groundhog Day.
While the cost is exorbitant, there are practical and simple ways to reduce the financial impact of a long winter season.
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