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Adjust the thermostat.

When away, set the thermostat 5 to 10 degrees higher. For every degree you raise the setting, you reduce cooling costs 3 to 5 percent.

Ceiling fans cool people, not rooms.

Turn off the ceiling fan when the room is unoccupied. To save energy when using a ceiling fan, turn up the thermostat a degree or two.

Install a programmable thermostat.

Inexpensive and easy to install, this upgrade can save $70 to $115 a year on your home heating costs.

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Energy Efficiency Arkansas

A partnership between the Arkansas Energy Office and Arkansas’s investor-owned electric and natural gas utilities and electric cooperatives, Energy Efficiency Arkansas exists to provide Arkansans with unbiased information about cost-effective energy efficient practices, improvements and technologies.

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