[Residential Rebate] Program changes coming on Jan. 1, 2016
The Florida Public Service Commission recently approved changes to some of our energy efficiency programs. If you made home improvements, you can still receive your rebates under the existing program for qualifying measures installed through Dec. 31. Learn more.
By participating in our residential and business energy-efficiency programs, Duke Energy customers have saved more than $1 billion. That’s enough energy savings to power the city of St. Petersburg for five years – and reduce emissions in an amount equal to removing 1.8 million cars from the road.
To take advantage of these savings programs and get your share of the next billion saved, start by:
Energy-efficiency is one of the few investments that can help you gain a return on your energy bill and on the value of your home. Click on the links below to learn about home improvement rebates offered by Duke Energy:
A Home Energy Check with qualifying recommendations must be completed within the past 24 months to qualify for incentives.