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Energy Education

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Energy 101

While you might not earn a degree after reading our Energy Education section, you can gain a deeper understanding about what we do and how energy works  from how electricity is generated to tips you can use to save on your next energy bill.
  • How Energy Works

    Let's talk energy. From generating electricity with nuclear power to gathering and delivering natural gas, learn about the many ways that we create energy – and get an inside look at how they work.

  • Energy Education Centers and Programs

    Go on a power trip. Our energy education centers offer informative tours and interactive experiences designed for students of all ages who are interested in learning about how we generate power.

  • Renewable Energy

    Explore a brighter future. Learn more about our investments in solar and other renewable energy sources, as well as the ways we're working to promote and support their use.

  • Energy Savings and Efficiency

    Save power and money. From weatherizing your home to purchasing energy-efficient products, consider simple strategies that you can use to reduce energy consumption and lower your monthly bills.

  • Executive Viewpoints

    From reducing energy consumption to the future of energy, hear what our key executives and other employees have to say about important industry topics and company policies.

  • Safety and Preparedness

    At home and on the job, safety matters. From preparing for a storm to reporting power line hazards, learn how to prevent energy-related accidents and minimize risks for you and your family.

  • Electric Vehicles

    Discover the benefits of "plugging in" and the positive impact that electric vehicles have on our power grid.

  • Protecting Reliability

    Extreme conditions, caused by weather or other events, can put a severe strain on the energy grid and available power supplies. If this happens, you can help by conserving energy.