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Don't burn money on water

About: Water heater efficiency
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The average household spends $400-$600 per year on water heating, making it the second largest energy expenditure behind heating and cooling. An ENERGY STAR qualified heat pump water heater (HPWH) may save up to $330 annually for a family of four. And with our Take Control & Save rebate program, you may qualify for a $500 rebate. Learn more about HPWHs, and contact your local electric cooperative for rebate details. Find your cooperative.


Smart homes help save

About: Smart home devices
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Using smart home devices doesn’t mean your digs will have a higher IQ, but it does mean your home could have a leaner energy budget. Smart homes are houses that have a number of interconnected devices and home appliances that perform certain actions or functions and many are designed to save money, time, and energy. Learn more.


Be efficient and save

About: ENERGY STAR® appliances
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The average home spends about $2,200 on energy bills every year. Change to appliances that have earned the ENERGY STAR, and you can save energy and money. ENERGY STAR appliances incorporate advanced technologies that use 10 - 50 percent less energy and water than standard models. Look for the ENERGY STAR label when shopping for your next appliance.


Spend less, save more

About: Simple tasks can reduce your use
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You don't have to spend a lot of money to save energy. Washing clothes in cold water can save the average household more than $40 a year; reduce cooking energy by as much as 80 percent by using a microwave for small portions instead of your oven; and use the correct size pot on electric stove burners to save about $36 annually. To learn more, view the  refrigerator and laundry room information sheets.


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