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Let's Talk Energy Solutions for Your Home

Let's talk energy! Your home appliances are ready to get the conversation started. Taking the heat off your energy bill by cooling down your use is definitely worth talking about. When it comes to using less, we're full of ideas. Check out our downloadable guide.

 

Take the Heat Off Your Bill with Energy-Saving Rebates

It’s easy! Installing energy-efficient appliances earns you cool rebates and incentives and cools off your energy bill.

pool pump talking about how you can get a $200 rebate for a more efficient variable-speed pool pump and motor

Did you know your pool can use up to 20% of the energy your home consumes? Get a $200 rebate for switching to a more efficient, qualified variable-speed pool pump and motor.


inefficient refrigerator talking about how you can get $75 when you buy an ENERGY STAR Most Efficient refrigerator and an additional $50 for recycling an  old, inefficient fridge or freezer

Get $75 when you buy a certified ENERGY STAR Most Efficient refrigerator. And, you’ll receive an additional $50 for letting us haul away your old, inefficient working fridge or freezer.


window evaporative cooler talking about how you can purchase and install a qualifying window evaporative cooler and receive a rebate of up to $200

Purchase and install a qualifying window evaporative cooler and receive a rebate of up to $200.


 

Bring Energy Efficiency Home with These Tips

Efficient appliances aren’t the only way to cool off your energy use. Try these tips to save even more:

  • Cook with your grill or microwave to keep your home cooler
  • Give your air conditioner a rest when you can and cool your home with open windows and fans
  • Replace your incandescent light bulbs with more efficient LEDs
  • Close your blinds to keep out the afternoon heat
  • Plug home electronics into power strips and turn off power strips when equipment is not in use
  • Unplug electronic devices and chargers when they aren’t in use
  • Give your dryer a break and hang-dry your clothes
  • Set your thermostat to 78 degrees when you are home and to 85 degrees or “off” when you are away

 

For more energy-saving tips, visit our Home Energy Guide.

For water-saving tips that help reduce energy waste, visit saveourh2o.org.

Let’s Talk Helpful Energy Management Tools

 

Icon of a computer indicating that My Account, Paperless Billing, and Budget Assistant are tools that make managing your bills and tracking your energy usage convenient and accessible

Track Your Account Online

My Account, Paperless Billing, and Budget Assistant are helpful tools that make managing your energy bills and tracking your energy usage more convenient and accessible 24/7.


Icon of a piggybank indicating that there are several financial assistance programs that can help you manage your limited resources

Financial Assistance

Need help paying your bill? We have several financial assistance programs that can help you manage your limited resources and reduce your energy use.


Icon of a moving truck indicating to visit the online Move Center 24/7 to conveniently turn on, turn off, or transfer your service

Move Center

Make the process of moving a little easier. Visit our online Move Center 24/7 to conveniently turn on, turn off, or transfer your service.


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