Savings since January 2, 2012
Equal to powering Indiana homes for 1 year! *
*According to the Energy Information Agency (EIA) the average Indiana household uses 12,432 kWh per year.
Select your utility and learn about the energy efficiency programs they offer!
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- Duke Energy
- Columbia City
- Etna Green
- Gas City
- Kingsford Heights
- New Ross
- Rising Sun
- South Whitley
- Tell City
- Indiana Michigan Power
I recently had the pleasure of having Energizing Indiana employees come to my house.They were very professional and very helpful. They advised me of several ways to better energize/thermalize my home. I have already implemented some of them with plans to do the rest in the near future. These advisors were very knowledgeable and I praise and applaud their helpfulness. Thank you Energizing Indiana for sending them to me. I have already given your phone number to four of my neighbors and plan to send more to other Evansville friends.
Working Together to Make Indiana Great
Energizing Indiana is a united effort by the Indiana Office of Utility Consumer Counselor (OUCC), participating utilities and consumer organizations to offer comprehensive statewide energy efficiency programs. Sign up today to learn more and do your part to energize Indiana!
Energizing Indiana Programs to Come to an End in 2014
In March, the Indiana General Assembly passed legislation that will bring the Energizing Indiana initiative to an end by December 31, 2014. However, Energizing Indiana programs will continue in the current forms until funding is no longer available or the end of the year – whichever comes first.
Check availability of Energizing Indiana programs in your service territory, by clicking on the program name to the right.
To see just how much Energizing Indiana has accomplished since its launch in January 2012, take a look at the ticker in the upper left of the screen. You will see how many kilowatts have been saved and how that equates to the number of Hoosier homes that could be powered for an entire year.
Be sure to check with your electric utility provider for additional energy efficiency programs that are available now and in the future.