The Michigan Energy Office (MEO) is committed to promoting healthy communities, economic growth, and environmental sustainability through energy waste reduction and renewable energy.
Get rebates and make the most out of your HOME or BUSINESS!!!!
One of the best ways to make sure your house is safe and comfortable or your company is saving money is to take advantage of the programs and services offered by your electric and natural gas provider!
The Michigan Energy Office works with utilities across the state to promote unbeatable rebates, incentives, and programs to reduce energy waste. Depending on your utility, you may have access to:
Step 1: Find your program provider!
Your program provider is Efficiency United if your utility is:
Baraga Electric Utility – Bayfield Electric Cooperative – City of Crystal Falls – City of Gladstone Department of Power and Light – L’Anse Electric Utility – Negaunee Department of Public Works – City of Norway Department of Power and Light – SEMCO Energy Gas Company – Upper Peninsula Power Company – We Energies – Wisconsin Public Service Corporation – Xcel Energy
Your provider is Energy Optimization if your utility is:
Alger Delta Cooperative Electric Association – Cloverland Electric Cooperative – Daggett Electric Department – City of Escanaba – Marquette Board of Light and Power – Newberry Water and Light Board – Ontonagon County Rural Electrification Association – City of Stephenson
Step 2: Visit your providers website!
From there, your provider can guide you through the process of making your home or business more energy efficient. Whether it’s finding out which program is right for you, setting up an energy audit, or locating a trusted contractor, your provider will help you every step of the way to make sure you’re getting the most out of energy efficiency.
If you don’t have Internet access, or you’d like to speak with someone for help, just dial 2-1-1!
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