Whether you rent or own your home, we have programs, tools and tips that can help.
By reducing your energy use at peak times, it supports the use of more sustainable energy resources and helps keep costs lower for the community. Here are some ways you can save.
Take advantage of lower prices for using less energy during the high demand weekday hours of 5–9 pm.
Shift your energy use away from peak times, and you can save on your next bill. There’s no cost to join and you decide when to participate.
Earn rewards when your thermostat automatically adjusts during peak times or get a great deal on a smart thermostat. Remember, you’re always in control of your comfort.
An unexpectedly high energy bill can be a shock. We can work with you to help you pay off the balance of that bill.
Ever wonder which appliances in your home are the biggest energy hogs? Whose shower is using the most hot water? What you can do to lower your energy bill when your whole family is home all day? Take control with these tools, and you’ll see that knowledge is indeed, power.
Get weekly bill estimates and alerts when your bill is getting close to exceeding your budget.
Use our free Energy Tracker to see when you're using the most energy -- and how to cut back.
A wealth of low- and no-cost ways for renters and home owners to reduce energy use and lower energy bills
We’ve got your back! Check with our partners and programs before you make an energy-saving purchase – there are lots of ways to save money.
Investing a little bit of money in energy-saving upgrades can save you a lot of money on your energy bill. From swapping out your light bulbs to installing solar panels – learn which upgrades give you the most bang for your buck, and how you can get money for doing them.
No matter how efficient your heating and cooling system, you'll waste energy and your home will feel drafty if it isn't weatherized.
Newer technologies mean now you can save a lot – and change bulbs a lot less – just by choosing the right light.
Want to save energy in winter and summer? You don’t have to get a new heating system to get started.