With continuing increases on necessities these days, we all need to do what we can to conserve energy. Nolin RECC is dedicated to doing our part to help you save money. Whether it is an energy audit, rebate on high efficiency heat pump and insulation upgrades, or just some common sense tips to help you save money, Nolin is here to help. To find out more about any of these money saving programs just click on the appropriate links below.
Virtual Energy Assessment
Do you want to know how much electricity the different parts of your home really use? Do you know how much you would save on your electric bill by changing out that old refrigerator? If you have questions like these, then the Virtual Energy Assessment is designed for you. Completion of this tool is your first step in our Energy Audit process.
After completing our Virtual Energy Assessment, please feel free to contact Nolin with any additional questions regarding your electrical usage and energy bills. One of our energy experts will follow up with you to review your specific needs, and can perform an energy audit as needed to see where you can improve your energy efficiency. You may even be eligible for a rebate opportunity, such as our Button-Up Program.
SmartHub Usage Alerts
Members can set up alerts when their energy usage has reached a threshold that they choose. Check out this tutorial on how to sign up for this free tool in SmartHub.
- How to sign up for Usage Alerts in SmartHub – desktop
- How to sign up for Usage Alerts in SmartHub – mobile
Are you planning to add a new heat pump or replace an existing furnace? It pays to check with the friendly folks at Nolin before you replace your home heating and cooling system. If you install a new high efficiency heat pump that meets our guidelines, we may give you some cash back in the form of a rebate.
Together We Save
Touchstone Energy and East Kentucky Power provide information on how to make your home more energy efficient. Visit TogetherWeSave.com or TogetherWeSaveKY.com and start learning how you can be more energy efficient.
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