Dayton Power and Light (DP&L) residential customers now have an additional way to save money on their energy bills.
The company has launched a rebate program to reduce the cost of central air conditioning and heat pump upgrades. The rebates range from $200 to $600 depending on the system.
“The goal is to provide an incentive to install high-efficiency units that use less energy and save customers money on their bills,” said Scott Kelly, senior vice president of Service Operations for DP&L. “We are working with contractors throughout our service area to provide the rebates for customers, which will be applied as a credit on the contractor invoice. No additional paperwork is required.”
To find a participating contractor, or for more information, go to www.dpandl.com/save and click on heating and cooling rebates. Or, call 1-877-230-6937. Contractors interested in offering rebates to their customers can also find out more information through the Web site and phone number.
The heating and cooling rebates are part of DP&L’s ongoing energy efficiency efforts, which include discounts on compact fluorescent lighting, appliance recycling and rebates for business customers. These energy efficiency initiatives will help customers save money, are good for the environment and 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 www.twitter.com/DPLEnergySaving and at www.dpandl.com/save.
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 514,000 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 www.dpandl.com.
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