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Did you know that the typical U.S. family spends about $1,900 a year on home utility bills?* Unfortunately, a significant portion of that energy is wasted.

And each year, electricity generated by fossil fuels for a single home puts more carbon dioxide into the air than two average cars. And as for the road, transportation accounts for 67% of all U.S. oil consumption.* The good news is that there is a lot you can do to save energy (and money!) at home and in your car.

*src: U.S. Department of Energy

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Use Energy Responsibly

Using energy responsibly and saving money go hand in hand, and we all benefit. That’s why Tipmont provides you with the know-how, tools and resources to easily save energy at home.

When you take steps to save energy, you cut the amount of resources — like coal and gas — needed to make energy. That means you create fewer greenhouse gas emissions, which keeps air cleaner for all of us … and saves on your utility bills!

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Learn More about Saving Energy

An in-home energy assessment is the easy, convenient and free way to measure your home’s energy efficiency – lowering your energy bills and saving you money.

Tipmont’s rebate program — in partnership with PowerMoves from Wabash Valley Power — is designed to encourage members to purchase energy-efficient appliances aimed at helping you save energy and lower your electric bill.

Learn more about electric vehicle ownership, environmental impact, rebates, and charging systems.

In addition to helping your electric cooperative through a period of peak energy use, conserving electricity will also help you save money on your electric bill. Here are the top 10 tips any good energy saver should follow.

At-home solar offers a lot of promise to help save money on your energy bill and be greener. Photovoltaic (PV) panels are becoming more commonplace, but this doesn’t mean at-home solar makes sense for everyone.

Smart meters connect your home in a two-way communication with the electric grid. Smart meters measure how much electricity is used and at what time of day. This information allows you to see detailed information on how and when you are using your energy.

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