SRP has launched a utility rebate program to stimulate consumer purchase of qualifying home efficient technologies and appliances, including clothes and dishwashers, duct repairs and heat, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC)system check-ups.
Decreasing your energy consumption, largely by equipping your housewith energy efficient appliances, is among the most important things to do before installing solar on your home. Thereduction will cut your monthly energy bill, adding up to savings thatwill eventually offset and exceed the cost of your solar energy system.
SRP customers can also take advantage of the utility’s EarthWise Solar Energy program, which offers up-front rebates for home solarinstallations. The solar rebate level will decline at the end of thismonth, so now is a great time to find out ifsolar is right for you.
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