A weekly video series where you learn more about your non-profit utility. Are you CUrious?
When the power goes out, we want it to come back on ASAP! This CUrious video shows us what goes into the process of restoring power and that sometimes, it takes time to find the cause of the outage.
Ever wonder what our Natural Gas Utility workers do to prepare in the event of a fire? Take a look to see how they are trained to protect.
Ever wonder how CU saves money on purchasing power? We’re CUrious about power marketing and how it helps save you money!
Every wonder how linemen stay safe while they work? We’re CUrious about how to test their rubber gloves that protect them from danger every day!
As the temperatures drop this winter, we’re CUrious about how to save money on winter heating costs. Check out these great tips for making your home more energy efficient!
Have you ever tried to screw a nut onto a bolt while wearing thick rubber gloves? Well. It’s not easy, but the linemen are experts and it’s so important for their safety while working around energized power lines.
The great debate: overhead vs. underground power lines. Today, we’re CUrious about the benefits and drawbacks of both overhead and underground power lines.
Are you CUrious about why power outages happen? Here are the top five reasons your power goes out.
Have you ever driven by one of our crews working on the power lines and wondered why there’s always two guys working and one guy just watching?
DID YOU KNOW? There are water mains in Springfield that are more than 100 years old! Some of them are from the 1800s and still working great, but need to be replaced.
We run 100,000 tests every year to make sure the water that comes out of the tap is safe for you! We’re CUrious about how water testing keeps you safe!
Are you CUrious about where your Springfield water comes from?
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