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UGI Launches Expanded Electric Efficiency & Conservation Program

22 Jun 2016

UGI – Electric Division announced today the launch of an expanded Energy Efficiency and Conservation (EE&C) program that provides its customers with a variety of cost and energy-saving options, including recycling and rebate opportunities, fuel-switching and school-based education initiatives.

In total, UGI’s expanded EE&C program – approved by the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission – offers 11 different options available for both residential and business customers, including:

  • Appliance rebates and recycling which allows consumers to earn cash for older, inefficient refrigerators and freezers, and collect rebates for installing high-efficiency appliances.
  • LED lighting discounts at participating local retailers. LED bulbs use 75 percent less energy and last 25 times longer than traditional bulbs.
  • Fuel switching incentives to convert electric heating and appliances to natural gas or solar thermal water heating. The fuel switching option is available for both residential and small commercial customers.
  • Take Action with THINK! Energy, a 60-minute interactive, hands-on school presentation teaching the importance of energy, conservation and safety. Teachers receive supplemental instructional materials for classroom use, while students take home a free Take Action kit with tools to make their homes more energy efficient.
  • Home energy audits performed by licensed contractors which provide an energy analysis and offer the best alternatives to more efficiently heat and cool a residence.
  • Low-income water heater pilot, which provides a high-efficiency natural gas water heater to income-eligible customers already enrolled in UGI assistance programs.
  • HVAC tune-ups for commercial and industrial customers allow businesses to operate their heating and cooling system more efficiently. Commercial heating, ventilation and cooling systems account for about 25 percent of a building’s energy use. An inefficient system can be a major source of wasted electricity.
  • Custom incentives offer financial incentives to commercial and industrial customers for projects that result in cost-effective, measurable energy savings.
  • Customer education provides information on energy efficiency, new technology and other topics through print and digital channels.

Additional details regarding UGI’s EE&C program are available at www.ugi.com/savesmart.

UGI – Electric Division serves approximately 62,000 customers in parts of Luzerne and Wyoming Counties. Additional information about UGI is available at www.ugi.com. Follow us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/ugiutilities or Twitter: www.twitter.com/ugi_utilities.