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Energy Programs

  • Rebate Programs
  • MuniHelps
  • MuniHelps

      For information about the economic use of energy, you may also visit the MuniHelps website.

    Energy Tips

    • Clean or change your furnace filter monthly so that your furnace doesn’t have to work as hard.
    • Turn your water heater down to 120 degrees Fahrenheit to save money on your electric bill. This is also a safety measure, especially if you have children in the house.
    • When buying new appliances, choose ENERGY STAR-certified models. A new ENERGY STAR refrigerator uses about 20 percent less energy than a standard new refrigerator, and 46 percent less than one made in 1980. A new Energy Star® clothes washer uses nearly 50 percent less energy than a standard washer.