EnergyLink Blog

How to Prepare Your Commercial Business for Winter

Winter weather is right around the corner, and as the temperature drops energy consumption will rise. But by how much? There are steps you can take to make your business more energy-efficient and bring your energy bills down this winter. Here are our top tips for a...

5 Bad Energy Habits that are Costing You Money

How many times have you looked at your home energy bill and felt baffled by the number after the dollar sign? Every day the tiny actions you make play a huge role in the price of your home energy bill. But don’t worry—the smallest habit changes can easily give you...

10 Tips for Preparing Your Home for a Power Outage

If there were a power outage in your area for more than one day, would you be prepared for it? Sudden and unexpected power outages can be frustrating and potentially dangerous, which makes preparation crucial. When a short-term power outage (2-3 hours) occurs, minimal...

UGI EnergyLink Gives Back to the Community

At UGI EnergyLink, we believe it’s important to give back to the communities in which we live and work. Throughout the month of June, we’re excited to support several initiatives for the United Way of Berks County, a local chapter of the global nonprofit that helps...

5 Reasons Why It’s Time to Switch to Natural Gas

With the discovery of abundant natural gas deposits in the US, the supply has never been better. This rising supply has led to falling prices and greater consumption, which means it’s never been a better time to switch to natural gas as your home’s go-to energy...

Preparing Your Heating and Cooling Systems for Summer

Spring is already here, and summer is right around the corner, which means it’s soon time to switch your thermostat from heat to cool. While you’re in the spring-cleaning mood, now is the time to prepare your heating and cooling systems for the summer heat. Here are...

Reasons You Should Switch to Natural Gas in 2018

The start of another new year is a good time to assess your expenditures from last year to determine where you can make changes to keep more money in your pocket. If you’ve been heating your home with oil, propane, or electricity for years, consider switching to...

Resolve to Save More Energy in the New Year

What New Year’s Resolutions have you set for yourself? In addition to your regular self-improvement goals, you might resolve to save energy in the new year and put more money back in your pocket. Here are the top ways for doing just that. For help implementing the...