Shedding Light on Solar

The solar power and renewable energy sectors have grown tremendously over the last ten years. With promises of lower energy bills, tax incentives, and increased property value, going solar is an attractive option for homeowners. Many homeowners can enjoy these benefits, but some companies take advantage of unsuspecting consumers. Before signing a contract, here are a few considerations and questions to ask!  

DIYers: How Safe is Your Workshop?

Be sure to make these tips standard in your workshop:

- Inspect tools before using them

- Inspect cords and plugs for signs of wear

- Ensure cords aren't a tripping hazard

- Use the right tool for the job

- Use heavy-duty properly-rated extension cords without any damage

- Use a clamp to secure whatever you're working on

- Make sure your area is well-lit

- Wear the proper clothing and protection for the task

- Keep floors and areas as clean and dry as possible

Gifts that Keep on Giving!

This holiday season, giving the gift of energy savings and a healthier planet means so much more. When you choose ENERGY-STAR certified electronics, appliances, and other products, your gift will have the latest features and save energy and money. It's a gift that does a world of good for your loved ones and the planet.
Here are our top three holiday gifts that will help save energy.
1. Smart Thermostats

Space Heater Safety Tips & Tricks

Small space heaters are typically used when the main heating system is inadequate or when central heating is too costly to install or operate. In some cases, small space heaters can be less expensive to use if you only want to heat one room or supplement inadequate heating in one room. They can also boost the temperature of rooms used by individuals who are sensitive to cold, especially elderly persons, without overheating your entire home. Space heaters commonly run on electricity, propane, natural gas, and kerosene.

Gobble Up Thanksgiving Energy Savings

Thanksgiving has become a favorite American holiday as family and friends reunite to feast and give thanks. Unfortunately, the cooking and extra guests in your home can contribute to an annual increase in energy use due to a usual drop in temperatures, lights staying on longer, and appliances operating more frequently. 
Here are some energy-saving tips which can help lower the unwelcome tradition of higher energy bills following Thanksgiving celebrations:

Shift Your Power & Save

Smart Thermostat

In mid-May, Hendricks Power will launch a new Wi-Fi thermostat option as part of PowerShift, a program that offers rebates for residential members to shift their energy use to times when electricity is less expensive. The typical American family spends 20 percent of its budget on energy. As energy demand increases, such as peak times during extreme weather conditions, costs for power plants to produce electricity can rise dramatically. PowerShift can help you shift your energy use to lower-cost times helping everyone save energy and keep costs low. 

FALL DIY Projects

Tools for home improvement

Fall is the perfect time to squeeze in those last-minute home improvement projects to increase your home’s efficiency for the upcoming winter season. Hendricks Power Energy Advisors can help!

Hendricks Power and POWER MOVES offer a variety of rebates for residential and business members alike. Remodels, smart thermostats, water matter how big or small your project is, be sure to chat with our energy advisors to ensure you’re not leaving money on the table!

Enroll in Operation Round-Up for your FREE Smart Plug!

As a way to help support our community throughout the recent challenges, we're offering a special promotion for members enrolling in Operation Round-Up. For each new enrollment, members will receive a Smart Plug absolutely free! This promotion will end on October 2, 2020.


What is a Smart Plug?