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200 results for "conservation"
  1. Ways to Save: Rebates

    Save Money and Resources with NBU’s Rebate Program From high-efficiency appliances to water-saving lawn care practices, NBU offers a wide range of rebates to help save you money and encourage conservation. Click on a rebate you are interested in to learn more about its qualifications and how you can… Read More
  2. Cold Weather Conservation Tips

    With winter upon us, below are some simple tips that can help save energy and lower your utility costs. Energy Conservation Techniques Seal Up Your Windows • Inspect your windows and use silicone caulk to seal gaps. • Save energy while you are away by installing a smart thermostat.… Read More
  3. ERCOT Issues Energy Emergency Alert Level 2 – Conservation CRITICAL

    High Risk of Rotating Outages (New Braunfels, TX – September 6, 2023) The Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) has declared an Energy Emergency Alert (EEA) Level 2. Conservation is critical to avoid an electricity emergency, especially during the peak hours of 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. Consumers are urged… Read More
  4. Resource Conservation Representative

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  5. New Braunfels Utilities’ Resilient Water Resources Coupled with Conservation and Water Stewardship Mitigate the Need for Stage 3 Drought Restrictions at this Time

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEContact: Melissa KrauseChief Communications and Strategy Officer830.629.8440 | (New Braunfels, TX – June 13, 2022) – Historically, when the Edwards Aquifer J-17 Well registers below 640-feet, New Braunfels Utilities (NBU) imposes Stage 3 drought restrictions to help curtail water usage to preserve the Aquifer level and… Read More
  6. Conservation Can Help Manage Bills in Summer Months

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  7. Hot Weather Conservation

    With summer here, utilize the resources below to help you reduce your energy use and lower your utility bill costs. Energy Conservation Techniques Adjust the Thermostat Rebate Available • For maximum comfort and energy efficiency in your home, set your summer thermostat to 78 degrees. • Save energy while… Read More
  8. Report a Watering Violation

    Conservation and responsible water usage can make a difference for generations to come. With 30 to 60% of household water use devoted to outdoor landscape watering, it is vital that we conserve as much water as possible during times of drought. This will not only help secure our community’s… Read More
  9. Drought Contingency Plan

    Drought Tolerant Watering Did you know you can help manage your New Braunfels Utilities bill and protect our natural resources by conserving your water usage? Small changes in your landscaping and watering practices can make a big difference. Practicing these tips can help save thousands of gallons of water… Read More
  10. Water and Pressure Washing Variance Forms

    New Braunfels Utilities’ customers may request a variance to any section of the City of New Braunfels Water Conservation and Critical Period Management Plan if they can show that a section of the ordinance creates a hardship. The request for such variances must be submitted in writing to the… Read More