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Energy Trust – Oregon, Washington
Energy Trust of Oregon
Energy Trust of Oregon is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping Oregonians save energy, tap renewable resources and build a sustainable energy future.
Qualified homeowners (you need to verify your address) in Oregon and Washington can receive selected energy saving products for free. Products vary depending on answers to a brief energy usage survey. Allow 4-6 weeks for delivery.
Duke Energy (NC, SC, OH, IN, KY) School Program
LED Night Light
Glow Ring Toy
California – Southern California Gas Company
The kit includes three faucet aerators and a low-flow shower head to help you save energy and water.
You can order the kit once every three years (one per household) and must supply your account info.
Take the energy survey from Idaho Power and you’ll get a selection of energy efficient products based on your survey answers. The list includes 9 LED bulbs, aerators, shower head, thermometer, flow rate tester and other more. You must provide your account number and the kit must be delivered to an address in Idaho Power’s service area. One per household/lifetime limit. No end date posted for the program so order now!
Indianapolis Power company (IPL) customers will get a free energy savings kit that includes aerators, thermometers, a shower head and several compact fluorescent light bulbs for completing their Home Energy Inspector. You can expect the kit to arrive in 4-6 weeks.
Maryland residential customers of Potomac Edison can now take advantage of discounts and rebates on the purchase of ENERGY STAR®-certified CFL and LED bulbs and lighting fixtures. There are also rebates for many other products. Download the list here
if you schedule a Quick Home Energy Checkup, you can get up to $75 in energy saving products installed by an energy expert who comes to your home. Note that these inspectors are not affiliated with Potomac Edison and may try to sell you other products or programs.
Customers of Ohio Edison, The Illuminating Company, and Toledo Edison (FirstEnergy’s utilities) service areas with a central air conditioner (window or wall units not eligible) unit in good working condition can receive a professionally installed Honeywell programmable thermostat (a $250 value) that can help you reduce your heating and cooling costs by up to 15 percent.
Residential customers of Met-Ed, Penelec, Penn Power, and West Penn Power are now eligible to receive an energy conservation kit for free. The kit includes five LED light bulbs and three compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFLs) in various wattage, a furnace filter whistle and three LED night lights. You must supply your account number. One per household only/PA residents only.
Columbia Gas of Virginia will send you a free energy efficiency kit to customers with submission of a home energy evaluation. If you’ve already filled out an evaluation, you may be able to get another kit by keeping your profile up to date. Cash back rebates are also available. Check out the rebates list here
Take the Focus on Energy survey then choose one of the two free energy savings kits that best fits your needs. There are also upgrade kits available at very low prices ranging from $3 – $8.95. The free kits contain a mix of LED bulbs, aerators, a shower head and/or power strip.
You can also receive instant rebates (up to $4) for purchasing energy efficient light bulbs. More information here
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