Whether you rent or own your home, energy efficiency is always a smart move. There are lots of simple, low or no-cost steps to make your home feel more comfortable, and even help lower your utility bills. And if you are looking to invest in some efficiency upgrades—such as improving your heating system, hot water heater, windows or insulation—we have rebates and loans that can help offset the upfront costs.
Heating water is the second-largest use of energy in the average home. As a result, water heating may represent a large portion of your utility bill. Here are some smart ways to lower your utility bill by using water wisely.
At the water heater
In the kitchen, bathroom and laundry
Throughout the house
For homes with air conditioning:
We offer rebates, loans and tips to help you reduce your energy and water use in and around your home.
You may qualify for a bill credit and other assistance programs.
Managing peak electricity demand is a critical component of achieving climate recovery goals and keeping energy affordable for all customers.