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Energy Conservation

 

Energy conservation is good for the environment and good for your pocketbook. We are here to help you find ways to save energy. We offer unique local programs and we also participate in the statewide Focus On Energy Program, which offers lots of ways to help you save energy.  The Focus on Energy is funded by ratepayers like you, so please use this resource.

 


 

Residential Programs

These are a few of the programs that are currently offered through our participation in Focus On Energy.

  • Appliance Recycling- Get money to recycle your old appliances.
  • Simple Energy Efficiency- Sign up for free and low-cost energy savings packs to be delivered to your door.
  • New Homes Program- Build smarter and save money for the life of your home. 
  • Smart Thermostat Program- Get money for upgrading your thermostat to a smart thermostat. Additional utility rebate is available.  In addition to the Focus on Energy rebate, CLICK HERE to download a form to get an additional $25 bill credit for installing a smart thermostat.  Focus on Energy has added many other products to their list, and all are available for the $25 incentive from Evansville Water & Light. To see the list of Focus on Energy models CLICK HERE 
  • Energy Star Appliance RebateGet up to $50 for replacing your aging appliances with energy efficient Energy Star appliances. CLICK HERE to download a form to get access to your rebate. 

  • Home Performance Program- Learn how to make your home more efficient, safe and comfortable. This audit based program offers incentives for insulation, air sealing,  and heating, ventilation and air-conditioning  (HVAC) equipment. 

 

Business Programs

You work hard to grow your business, and cutting out wasted energy will help make your business stronger. Here are some programs that can help your business save energy.


 

As your not-for-profit local municipal utility, we want to do whatever we can to help. If you have questions about the energy efficiency programs we offer, please contact Cory Neeley, Energy Services Representative at 608-825-1755. He is also available for a walk-through audit if you have concerns about high electric bills. 

 

The City of Evansville is taking letters of interest for persons interested in serving on the City Council.

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Meet Our Staff

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Mark Sendelbach

Superintendent of Municipal Services

608-882-2288

mark.sendelbach@ci.evansville.wi.gov