How to lower your electric bill when summer temperatures rise

Other ways to save, if you are using an AC unit, combine it with a fan to help cool things down.

CHICOPEE Mass. (WWLP) – As we reach the hottest months of the summer, temperatures are not the only thing on the rise. Trying to stay cool can significantly increase your electric bill.

Under the MassSave program, a representative will come to your home and find ways that you can save electricity. They will even switch-out your light bulbs for more efficient ones.

Replacing an old air conditioner with an energy-efficient model can save you about 20 percent of your bill.

Lawrence Kelly told 22News, “I just received an audit from Eversource, I’m one of the good, I’m on the good side. I don’t overuse it, if I’m not home I’ll shut it off.”

Another way to save: if you are using an AC unit, combine it with a fan to help cool things down.

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