With temperatures in Georgia surpassing 60 days above 90 degrees since May and with severe thunderstorms in the forecast for this week, Georgia Power is reminding customers of a number of tools to keep safety first and help reduce the impact of the hot weather on power bills.
As part of continued efforts to help customers save energy and money and to prepare for severe weather year-round, the company has made it easy to find energy efficient solutions and safety tips at www.GeorgiaPower.com.
Tips, Tools & Resources for Energy Efficiency:
Georgia Power offers tips, tools and resources that can help all customers save money and energy during the heat of summer, and when severe weather strikes.
Hundreds of useful tips, whether you own a home or rent, are available at www.GeorgiaPower.com/Save
Tips & Resources for Severe Weather Preparation:
With temperatures continuing to rise above 90 degrees, the National Weather Service is forecasting severe weather this week. Georgia Power reminds customers to keep safety first during a storm and offers the following videos and tools to prepare for severe weather year-round. For tips visit here.