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At Unitil, we are focused on providing safe and reliable service so you can focus on what matters to you during these uncertain times. As you transition to work and school remotely, your home’s energy usage will likely increase: electronics are being used more frequently, kitchen appliances are working harder than ever, and homes occupied all day long can increase heating costs.

While energy may not be your primary concern at the moment, it’s always ours. Here are simple, effective tips to help you manage your energy usage.

 

 

Let the Sunshine In

Open shades and curtains to utilize the natural light and heat from the sun.


 

Turn Off Lights

Remember to turn off the lights when leaving a room.


 

Watch and Save

Save some money by watching on a tablet instead of a laptop or big TV.


 

Don't Let Savings Go Down the Drain

Run dishwasher and clothes washing machine with full loads overnight to avoid peak hours.


 

Unplug Devices and Chargers

Charge your phone and devices overnight and remember to unplug them in the morning. Remove the charger plug from the outlet.


 

Game Over

When the video game or movie is over, turn off the gaming system/entertainment center.


 

Computer Breaks

Power down or enter sleep mode and turn off monitors when not in use.


 

Warming Up and Cooling Down

Recommended thermostat temperatures, health-permitting, are 68°F when home and awake, and 58°F when away or asleep.


Create an account or log in to MyUnitil and track your energy usage. This may help you understand how you use energy and how changes in your daily routine make an impact to your home’s consumption.

We recognize that your electric and gas services are essential to your comfort, health and well-being. As we all continue to adapt to the uncertain times, we want you to know that we are here for you. We have suspended all disconnection and collection activity and are waiving all late or non-payment fees. Our Customer Service team is committed to working with you to help relieve financial stress where we can.


Home Energy Audit

For a fun and engaging way to audit your home's energy efficiency, download the e-SMARTkids online checklist and work as a family to find ways to reduce your energy consumption.

Get Your Home Energy Inspection Checklist

 

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