Published in “April 2016”

Cooking with Less Kilowatts: Cilantro and Citrus Grilled Spring Fajitas

Cooking with Less Kilowatts: Cilantro and Citrus Grilled Spring Fajitas

Welcome to Cooking with Less Kilowatts! There is nothing better than sitting down in the evening to enjoy a delicious home-cooked meal. But did you know that changing what you do in the kitchen can make an impact on your monthly electricity bill? Each week, I will he [...]

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FourStatesOfMatter

Spark a Conversation with Our Fun Energy Facts Series – Part 3

Energy - whether electrical, thermal, or mechanical - can do fantastic things, and sometimes science uncovers phenomena no one even dreamed was possible. Because it’s fun to shock and astound friends and relations with incredible facts, we’re going to investigate some of [...]

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HerbGarden

Gardening in Texas: Part 4 – Growing Herbs

Welcome to Gardening In Texas from Bounce Energy! We hope this series will steer you in the direction of planting a green Texas garden with a eco-friendly lifestyle in mind. We'll discuss shaping a garden that uses less water, grows in harmony with animal and insect li [...]

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How Can I Lower My Carbon Footprint? [Infographic]

Earth Day might be April 22nd of each year, but we should really celebrate it every day by reducing our carbon footprint! Every little way way we decrease our impact upon the environment adds up to make a really big difference on our planet! Check our this delightfu [...]

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Farmers Market Seasonal Salad 1-1

Cooking with Less Kilowatts: Farmers Market Seasonal Salad for Earth Day

Welcome to Cooking with Less Kilowatts! There is nothing better than sitting down in the evening to enjoy a delicious home-cooked meal. But did you know that changing what you do in the kitchen can make an impact on your monthly electricity bill? Each week, I will he [...]

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EcoHomeHands

How Green is Texas? Part 4: The Handy Home Builders

When Texans observed the first Earth Day in April 1970, the state was America’s petrochemical capital. Oil and gas production gushed, and chemical plants belched smoke into the sky. Forty-six years later, Texas businesses and institutions are still energy leaders, but [...]

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PALs Hi

PALS and Bounce Energy Team Up to Fight Leigh Syndrome

This April, Bounce Energy is proud to partner with People Against Leigh Syndrome (PALS), a Houston-based non-profit whose mission is to bring awareness, fund research initiatives, and support families impacted by this rare mitochondrial disease called Leigh Syndrome. [...]

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TexasChalkboard

How Green is Texas? Part 3: The Terrific Texas Universities

When Texans observed the first Earth Day in April 1970, the state was America’s petrochemical capital. Oil and gas production gushed, and chemical plants belched smoke into the sky. Forty-six years later, Texas businesses and institutions are still energy leaders, but [...]

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What Should I Feed My Baby? Enjoying Four Fun Spring Flavors

As we've discussed before, making your own food for your little darling is cheaper, fresher, and better, especially since you’re developing the blueprint for your child’s eating habits for the rest of her life. Besides, cooking for your baby may inspire you to do more [...]

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Cooking with Less Kilowatts: Poblano and Sweet Corn Arborio Rice

Welcome to Cooking with Less Kilowatts! There is nothing better than sitting down in the evening to enjoy a delicious home-cooked meal. But did you know that changing what you do in the kitchen can make an impact on your monthly electricity bill? Each week, I will he [...]

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