Holy Family Soup Kitchen

Holy Family Soup Kitchen

In June, the Capital.Energy team volunteered at the Holy Family Soup Kitchen. They were able to assist in serving part of the 300 folks the Kitchen serves each day and to the provision of groceries to over 125 families weekly. In addition to their incredible outreach to the hungry and poor, they als...

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Mid-Ohio Foodbank

Mid-Ohio Foodbank

In May, the Capital.Energy team ventured to the Mid-Ohio Foodbank to volunteer. The squad packed up ~950 boxes of food for those in need. A wonderful experience warranting a return trip in the near future!

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Catholic Social Services Pantry Drive

Catholic Social Services Pantry Drive

Press Release: 4/6/2017 Capital.Energy had the privilege of running a household item and toiletry drive at our home office in Westerville, Ohio. For every item that was donated from the team, Capital.Energy decided to match the value of that item. The team worked together to make sure all of the ite...

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Electricity and the Environment (from the PUCO)

Electricity and the Environment (from the PUCO)

Electricity and the environment The PUCO is the sole agency charged with regulating Ohio’s electric and natural gas utilities. Because energy issues often contain an environmental component, it is essential for the PUCO to maintain strong relationships with the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (...

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Phasing Out Fossil Fuels

Phasing Out Fossil Fuels

Phasing out fossil fuels for renewables may not be a straightforward swap According to studies, energy supply systems that are 100% renewable are economically and technically achievable, supporting those who believe that fossil fuels can be replaced without much of Energy of the future Normally peop...

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What is a Watt?

What is a Watt?

Watt is the electrical unit for the rate at which energy is generated or consumed. If a lightbulb has 100-watts, it uses 100 watts of electricity for every second it’s on. A kilowatt equals to 1,000 watts, and a kilowatt hour is how much energy was used to generate 1 kilowatt of power in 1 […...

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The PUCO Explains Green Pricing Programs

The PUCO Explains Green Pricing Programs

Green pricing programs Ohio’s green pricing options offer electric consumers the opportunity to support alternative energy sources by paying a premium in addition to their regular utility bill. Several competitive retail electric suppliers also offer green options. Will “green” electricity be delive...

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Renewable Energy Explained

Renewable Energy Explained

What is renewable energy? Unlike fossil fuels, which are finite, renewable energy sources regenerate. There are five commonly used renewable energy sources: Biomass—includes: Wood and wood waste Municipal solid waste Landfill gas and biogas Ethanol Biodiesel Hydropower Geothermal Wind Solar What rol...

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Mid-Ohio Food Bank

Mid-Ohio Food Bank

  Capital.Energy is proud to give back to the Mid-Ohio food bank. Use promo code MIDOHIO for a portion of our profits will go towards our next donation.    

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Save Energy This Winter

Save Energy This Winter

1. Add a Sweep to Your Garage Door Air is usually constantly flowing into your home through an opening under a door such as the garage door, so install a sweep to it. A door sweep is a metal strip with material hanging below it to block air flow. To attach it, screw it into […]

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