Re-Energize Your Home

Rebates and Ideas for Homes Built in 2000 or Later​

If your home was built after 2000, you may be in luck when it comes to energy efficiency. In fact, a 2012 study by the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University noted that if all U.S. homes built before 2000 were brought up to the same efficiency standards as those built after that time, overall residential energy consumption would fall by 24%!

But not to worry, you may still have much to gain from simple upgrades to make your home even more energy efficient. Replacing incandescent light bulbs with ENERGY STAR® qualified compact fluorescent light (CFL) bulbs is a good start, as is upgrading aging appliances with those that meet ENERGY STAR standards (and don't forget to take advantage of PSE's refrigerator or freezer recycling incentive!).
Duct sealing and air sealing can also be the most cost effective way to improve energy efficiency and comfort in a home that's between one and ten years old. Plus, PSE's Green Power Program is a great way to join your neighbors and secure a clean, healthy, local energy supply now and for the future.

Find information about these rebates and offers on the following pages: 

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