It’s important that we all continue to conserve energy during colder weather.
During cold weather, we use up to 7x more natural gas than in the Summer. Keeping your homes warm and your water hot can account for more than half of your natural gas bill.
Because there is less natural gas available locally this year, it’s important that we keep conserving energy by: setting your thermostat to 68° during winter months, reducing the temperature on your water heater, cleaning or replacing furnace filters, and washing your clothes in cold water.
To learn more about cold weather conservation, visit ConserveEnergySoCal.com.