Marshall Miles Interviews Mitch Gross of Eversource: Managing Energy, and the Upcoming Possible Storm

Eversource Helps Customers Manage Energy Costs with New Usage Monitoring Tools

Kill A Watt meter kits available at nearly 200 libraries across the state;

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BERLIN, Conn. (January 21, 2021) –With many people continuing to work and learn from home during the on-going COVID-19 pandemic, Eversource is helping customers monitor and reduce their energy usage. The energy company is making it possible for customers to monitor their energy use with the Kill A Watt electricity usage meter. The meter shows how much power is being used by most home devices by simply plugging each into the meter. Along with the meter, each kit contains an instructional booklet that explains how to measure and record the amount of electricity being used and offers tips to reduce energy use and costs. The Kill A Watt kits are available for borrowing from nearly 200 libraries around the state.

“The Kill A Watt meter gives customers a real-time look at how much power they are using so they can make immediate adjustments at home to reduce their energy use,” said Eversource Vice President of Energy Efficiency Tilak Subrahmanian. “We recognize the effect high energy bills can have on our customers, especially at this time. This meter is just one of the tools Eversource customers can take advantage of to better understand their energy use while spending more time at home and help them identify which energy efficiency services and rebates will help them save the most.”

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