Energy Tips

Saving energy isn't just about lowering your electric bill. Here are some resources to educate yourself and your children on the ins and outs of saving energy.


Ten Simple Tips for Saving Energy and Money in Homes (English)

Ten Simple Tips for Saving Energy and Money in Homes (Spanish)

Touchstone Energy Cooperatives are just as committed to protecting co-op members as they are to making their lives better. You can trust your local Touchstone Energy co-op to identify and assess energy options for members. You can always tap into South Plains Electric Cooperative for the latest information about energy options in our area. Since electric co-ops serve 75% of America’s land mass, we’re quite plugged in.

Free advice from Touchstone Energy Cooperatives on how to make your business more energy efficient.

Do a little. Save a lot.  Everything you do, no matter how small, can add up to big savings -- for you and your neighbors. From flipping a switch to upgrading to LEDs. So take your pick and save your money!

At you can investigate energy savings concepts by taking the Virtual Home Tour, watching energy efficiency-themed videos on the Touchstone Energy Web TV portal, and use interactive applications to explore in detail the actions you can take and the money you'll save.

You have the power to control your energy costs. This Home Energy Savings Guide is a starting point to get you on the way toward better energy management for your home. In this booklet you'll find valuable tips designed to create greater home comfort and improve performance. Learn how to save energy in all areas of your home. There is a list of additional resources located at the end of this booklet.

Is it time to replace your HVAC system? If your heating and cooling system is 15 to 20 years old and is experiencing problems, it may be time to consider installing a new, efficient ENERGY STAR® system. You need the right information to make an informed decision. We have a list of questions to ask – and things to consider – before purchasing your new HVAC system. By asking the right questions, you will be able to select the HVAC system that best fits your needs.

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