Energy Efficiency and Conservation (EE&C) Programs
Mandatory Electric Energy Efficiency and Conservation Program (Act 129 of 2008) – Link to the page that explains how Act 129 of 2008 guides consumers and electric utilities toward achieving the legislation’s overall goals of reducing energy consumption and peak electric demand within this Commonwealth.
Voluntary Electric Energy Efficiency and Conservation Programs – Link to the page that explains how electric utilities that are not subject to the requirements of Act 129 of 2008 assist electric customers in mitigating electric rate increases and ensure affordable and available electric service.
Voluntary Natural Gas Energy Efficiency and Conservation Programs – Link to the page that explains how natural gas utilities that are not subject to the requirements of Act 129 of 2008 help customers reduce their natural gas usage, save money and increase home comfort.
Energy Savings Information
Energy Efficiency Programs and Rebates - Find out how your electric company can help you lower your energy bill and put money back in your pocket.
Ways to Save Energy - Tips on saving energy around the house.
Summer Heat Wave Awareness - Tips on saving energy during the summer months.
Residential Energy Savings Fact Sheet - This fact sheet gives energy efficiency and conservation information for the home.
Business Energy Savings Fact Sheet - This fact sheet gives energy efficiency and conservation information for businesses.
How to Conserve Energy in the Home - Link to information provided by the U.S. Department of Energy on how to save energy.
Energy Saver Guide - Link to an Energy Saver Guide developed by the U.S. Department of Energy.
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