Oklahoma has experienced a warm fall, but we all know the cold of winter is coming. If the weather is mild or frigid, it’s good to be mindful of how you use energy, says OG&E.
“As the weather turns colder, we’d like to make our customers aware of things they can do to keep their energy costs down,” said Kathleen O’Shea, OG&E spokesperson. “Our online tool, myOGEpower, helps our customers monitor their energy use and costs, even in colder weather.”
OG&E offers the following low-cost tips for staying comfortable while managing your energy costs: