New thermostat rebate could lower your energy costs

New thermostat rebate could lower your energy costs

Starting in January, College Station Utilities’ will offer $30 rebates to residential customers who purchase an eligible thermostat through the Connected Thermostat Program. All you need to do is submit an application along with a purchase receipt. Once the application is approved, we’ll credit the rebate to your utility account. Continue reading New thermostat rebate could lower your energy costs

Hot tips to help your AC unit keep you cool

Hot tips to help your AC unit keep you cool

By Patrick C. McIntyre, CSU Energy Coordinator

1630102812004energy_16[1]After receiving a $700 check from the City of College Station’s Energy Back II Rebate program, a College Station Utilities customer recently called with a simple question:

What’s the best way to extend the life of my new air conditioning system?

Central air conditioners are expensive to replace but with proper care can serve you well for 15 years or more. Here are five essential tips to help you get the most from your air conditioner: Continue reading “Hot tips to help your AC unit keep you cool”