Fund portfolios are actively managed, and holdings may change daily. Holdings are reported as of the most recent quarter-end. Holdings in the Global Resources Fund as a percentage of net assets as of June 30, 2014: Microsoft (0.00%), Amazon.com (0.00%), Expedia.com (0.00%), Boeing (0.00%), General Electric Co. (0.00%), United Technologies (0.00%), Landsvirkun (0.00%), Alcoa Inc. (2.42%), Rio Tinto Alcan (0.00%), Century (0.00%).
August 2018 data, the latest available, show that the average U.S. price – 13.30 cents per kilowatt hour (kWh) – increased 0.7% compared with a year ago. If you live in Louisiana, you paid the lowest average residential electricity rates of any state in the country – 9.65 cents per kWh. The next lowest rate is in Washington, where residents pay an average of 9.80 cents per kWh.

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When dealing with large and flat objects (e.g. a cutting board), do not place them close and parallel to the dishwasher door. When loaded up front like this, flat objects can prevent the detergent door from fully opening and the detergent from being used at all. This prevents the dishwasher from properly cleaning your dishes and you'll have to run the load again. That's twice the power consumption.
On the flip side is of course the use of heating. In reverse from the above, you can lower your electric bill (or your heating bill, if they are separate) by simply letting your body adjust more to a cooler environment, by putting on more clothes (rather than walking around in your underwear in the middle of winter), and by using a blanket from time to time.

Frequently there are tax advantages to updating your home with more energy-efficient items from appliances to windows and doors. Consult your tax preparer to see which items offer a tax credit this year. Make lifestyle changes for using your appliances, such as washing clothes or dishes in the mornings before your air conditioner is fighting to cool the house. Also, consider grilling out more during the summer to avoid baking in the oven.
In the heat of summer, electric bills skyrocket as everyone turns on air conditioners just to survive. Add to that the dozens of electrical appliances, entertainment centers, power tools and gadgets we all use—many of which automatically consume power, even when they are supposedly turned off—and you're on the fast track to a monthly money pit. These tips will help you reduce the hidden costs of all those lights, TVs and gizmos you can't live without.
The average American pays over thirteen-hundred dollars a year for electricity. This means that electric bills alone can take upwards of 5-10 percent of a person’s income. Unfortunately, there are hundreds of things involved in one simple bill. And figuring out exactly what to focus on is the most difficult part of lowering your monthly energy costs.
If you have TOU rates, you can lower your electric bills by waiting for the cheapest time of day to use electricity before you run a clothes dryer, start the dishwasher, or charge your electric car. These off-peak hours are usually at nighttime but depend on your utility’s specific plan. Utilities offer TOU plans to reduce demand on the electric grid by motivating their customers to reduce electricity use during peak hours.
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