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How to Benefit


Energy transformation participation

The benefits you realize by participating in energy transformation ultimately boil down to three things:


A free in-home energy assessment from Tipmont is an easy, convenient way to measure your home’s energy efficiency — lowering your energy bills and saving you money.

This free assessment by Tipmont’s trained, qualified energy advisor can pinpoint areas of your home that are wasting energy and raising your bill. Assessments take 60 to 90 minutes and can help you save up to 30% on your monthly energy bill.

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Energy assessments can find ways to save in every home — especially in the low-cost,
high-benefit areas of air sealing.

Energy Efficiency Rebates


Top 10 Ways to Save

In addition to helping Tipmont through a period of peak energy use, conserving electricity will also help you save money on your electric bill.

Find the top 10 tips any good energy saver should implement first at tipmont.com/energytips.

Energy Delivery

Self-generation and storage

Right now, energy delivery in America is predominantly a one-way street. Electricity originates at a power plant and travels in one direction to consumers.

Over time, that delivery will shift closer to a two-way street. This means some consumers will generate their own power — which they could use themselves, store for use at a later time and / or return to the grid.

Evolution to active grid

BI-DIRECTIONAL ENERGY eases dependence on America’s electric grid and helps Tipmont lower peak demand.

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Electric vehicles

Depending on local gasoline and electric rates, operating an electric vehicle (EV) could be three to five times less expensive than operating a gasoline- or diesel-powered vehicle.

The charging needs of EVs can add significant load to Tipmont’s distribution grid. Our engineers closely monitor EV growth to ensure our system can adequately support charging loads.

Bi-directional energy

Bi-directional energy is reshaping traditional models of energy delivery. Consumers are able to participate through distributed energy resources (DERs) including solar panels and battery energy storage systems (BESS).

These DERs help enhance grid resiliency, reduce losses in transmission and distribution, improve energy efficiency and increase the integration of renewable energy sources into America’s electric grid.


Tipmont programs helped put co-op members Alex Pilotte and his wife, Pam, on a path toward sustainable energy use.

Energy Transformation

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