Staying Home This Summer?
It might impact your electricity bills
While we “Stay Home, Stay Healthy,” our homes have been working extra shifts. We play, work and eat more from home, so electricity use has increased across the U.S. by around 20%.
We’ve seen an increase in home electricity use here in Chelan County, too. This May, residential electricity use was about 5% higher even with a milder spring and this will likely increase in summer.