Energy-saving tips help ease winter’s chill for Alabama Power customers

Energy-saving tips help ease winter’s chill for Alabama Power customers
Alabama saw snow last winter and some communities have already seen snow this winter. Forecasts predict the state could also be impacted early next week. (Phil Free / Alabama NewsCenter)

Winter in Alabama can produce bitter cold temperatures, which in turn, could affect power bills.

Just over a month into winter, some communities have already seen snowfall, and forecasts predict Alabama could see more in the coming week along with bitter cold temperatures.

Even with this cold snap, there are ways to manage your home’s overall energy usage.

Alabama Power Customer Service Representative Dwyla Scales gives tips on how to better understand your power bill and conserve energy.

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