Save Energy and Money

Make everyday life better. Manage your energy costs by planning ahead.  We’ve developed a number of valuable tips and tools to help you.

EnergyStar PSNC Energy is proud to partner with ENERGY STAR to promote energy efficient products and practices that save money and protect our environment.

In-home Energy Audit

PSNC Energy now offers in-home energy audits to current residential customers whose homes have natural gas heat or natural gas water heat, and were built before April 15, 1993. The audit will take about three to four hours to perform, and there will be a $25 fee for this service. You must be a PSNC Energy customer to participate in this program.

Request an appointment today!

More Energy Saving Resources
Check out these organizations to learn even more about conserving energy, saving money and protecting the environment.

A joint program of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) that provides energy efficiency information, appliance certifications, and tools to assist in home planning.

ENERGY STAR Qualified Products
ENERGY STAR has more than 50 categories of products that use less energy, save money and help protect the environment.

ENERGY STAR Qualified New Homes
ENERGY STAR qualified new homes are better for homeowners and the environment.

U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) – Your Home
Provides resources for energy use, heating your home, saving energy and money.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) – Climate Change
Offers detailed information on the issue of climate change. Basic information related to the science of climate change, greenhouse gasses, and environmental effects is available in addition to other tools and resources.

EPA - Personal Emissions Calculator
A calculator that assists in estimating the amount of personal greenhouse gas emissions generated by a household.

Energy Savers
Find out the latest ways to save with the U.S. Department of Energy's Energy Savers program.

* PSNC Energy’s Appliance Rebate Program has been approved by the North Carolina Utilities Commission and may be subject to change or modification at any time.

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