Isn’t it time to make Duke Energy pay? Would you like to to make Duke pay to help you save money, energy and protect our air, water and health? You betcha’!!!
Duke Energy is required by law to offer Energy Efficiency (EE) programs to rate payers. Image if everyone took advantage of these offers and cut our energy use by qt least 20%! We could avoid paying for expensive new power plants, decrease our Mountain Top Removal coal use, save tons of water, and clean up our air and water.
I just place my order for 3 types of bulbs:
2 x Philips PAR20 Flood – Retail $22.95, Store price $17.95, Duke incentive $7.00 = My cost $10.95
10 x TCP G25 Globe – Retail $5.50, Store price $3.00, Duke incentive $1.70 = My cost $1.30
15X CREE LED A Lamp 9.5W – Retail $9.97, Store price $9.87, Duke incentive $7.00 = My cost $2.97
Total retail cost $250.45, My cost $79.45 (plus zero tax and free shipping!)
And I plan to make Duke Energy pay more!
Here are some of the Energy Efficiency programs that Duke Energy is offering (click on images for more information).
Home Energy House Call
Make Duke pay for a $180 home energy assessment – check your home for air leaks, examine your insulation levels, check your appliances and more. Plus you’ll get a free energy efficiency starter kit (free CFLs, showerhead and more), valued at $30, to help you start saving right away.
Make Duke pay you to replace even your CFLs with LEDs – see the chart below about why this is a good idea and how to select your bulbs.
LED vs CFL vs Incandescent Bulbs
Make Duke pay you $50 to pick up and recycle your outdated, energy hog old frig!
The home improvement rebate programs help you make your home more comfortable. You can improve the air quality in your home, fix uneven temperature spots and make sure your equipment is running efficiently. These changes help you reduce your energy usage and save on your monthly bill!
Make Duke Energy pay you to save energy, save money and reduce your carbon footprint.
Save Energy and Money Programs and Information
Get a free customized report that will show you how your home uses energy — and other specific recommendations to reduce your energy use. Get answers to your energy questions and learn how to make simple low cost changes that result in big savings.
If you are a formewr Progress Energy customers there are similar but sightly different programs. Check the Duke Energy website for details.