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Watts Up?

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If you’re dreading the cold and winter heating bills, check out a Watts Up electricity meter from the Milwaukee Public Library.

A Watts Up meter is an electricity monitor that displays the electricity usage of any appliance in actual dollars and cents, allowing you to adjust your energy use accordingly. The meters are available for a 3-week circulation period from Central, Capitol, Forest Home, King, Zablocki. and several suburban libraries. To find a unit, do a title search for “Watts Up” in the library catalog or call your neighborhood library.

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