Save Money and Energy with DP&L Rebates and Discounts

Saving money is easy with Dayton Power and Light’s (DP&L) energy efficiency programs. Residential customers can save energy and money with DP&L’s discounted compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFLs), appliance recycling and heating and cooling rebates.

DP&L Discounts on Compact Fluorescent Light Bulbs

Changing a light bulb takes seconds, but the savings will last throughout the year. Customers can turn a savings of $1.30 into $1,252 if they replace all the light bulbs in their homes with CFLs. The average number of light bulb sockets in most homes is 40. With a savings of at least $1.30 on each bulb with the DP&L discount, that adds up to an immediate savings of $52.

But it’s the savings over the life of the bulbs that really adds up--$30 for each CFL multiplied by 40 bulbs equals $1,200. Add that to your initial savings and it’s $1,252.


# of bulb sockets in the
average U.S. home


Average DP&L discount
on each CFL

= $52


# of bulb sockets in the
average U.S. home


Savings over the life
of a CFL

= $1,200
$52 + $1,200 = $1,252

DP&L customer savings

Over 525,000 CFLs have been sold since DP&L’s program started in February. Based on the $1.30 discount and $30 energy savings over the life of each CFL, customers will save over $16.4 million over the life of these light bulbs.

A variety of discounted Energy Star bulbs are available in 150 retail locations, including the newly added GE bulbs at Walmart. A complete list of participating retailers is available by calling 866-668-9581 or by visiting

DP&L Will Pick Up Your Old Refrigerator or Freezer and Send You a Check for $25

Through DP&L’s appliance recycling program customers can schedule a convenient pick up to have their old refrigerators and freezers collected and recycled for free. And even better – participating customers receive a $25 check from DP&L. By replacing an old working refrigerator or freezer with a high-efficiency one that uses less energy, customers can see an electric bill savings of up to $150 per year. All DP&L residential customers can schedule a free pick-up by calling 877-545-4112 or by registering online at (click on appliance recycling).

DP&L Offers Customers Rebates for Installing New Heating and Air Conditioning Systems

DP&L also offers a rebate program, from $200 to $600, to reduce the cost of central air conditioning and heat pump upgrades. The rebates are designed to provide an incentive to install high-efficiency units that use less energy and save customers money on their bills. By replacing an old unit with a high-efficiency new unit, customers can save about $150 a year on their electric bills. Participating contractors can help you select a qualified system that’s right for your home. To find a participating contractor, or for more information, go to and click on heating and cooling. Or, call 877-230-6937.

These residential programs are part of DP&L’s ongoing energy efficiency efforts, which also include rebates for business customers. The energy efficiency initiatives will help customers save money, are good for the environment and will help to meet Ohio’s energy efficiency targets to reduce electricity consumption by 22% by the end of 2025.

Business and residential customers can keep up-to-date on new programs, events, as well as energy-saving tips and offers from DP&L on Twitter at and at

About DPL

DPL Inc. (NYSE:DPL) is a regional energy company. DPL was named one of Forbes’ “100 Most Trustworthy Companies” in 2009.

DPL’s principal subsidiaries include The Dayton Power and Light Company (DP&L); DPL Energy, LLC (DPLE); and DPL Energy Resources, Inc. (DPLER). DP&L, a regulated electric utility, provides service to over 500,000 retail customers in West Central Ohio; DPLE engages in the operation of merchant peaking generation facilities; and DPLER is a competitive retail electric supplier in Ohio, selling to major industrial and commercial customers. DPL, through its subsidiaries, owns and operates approximately 3,700 megawatts of generation capacity, of which 2,800 megawatts are low cost coal-fired units and 900 megawatts are natural gas and diesel peaking units. Further information can be found at


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