Up, up goes the thermometer, and your energy usage isn’t far behind

July 6, 2021

It’s no secret the weather impacts your monthly bill. And extreme temperatures can have the biggest impact. This time of year, the hotter it gets, the more your air conditioner runs, and the more it runs, the more energy you use. That can lead to a higher bill.

To get a better idea of how weather affects energy usage, check out our weather calendar. Go to lge-ku.com/weather to see the average temperature for each day and for the same day the previous year. You’ll note that, on average, July was the hottest month of 2020.

As summer settles in for a long stay, here’s a little good news: the story below has some helpful suggestions for beating the heat.