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January 25, 2014

Engergizing Indiana helps save energy during winter

INDIANAPOLIS — With the cold temperatures come increased demands for energy, which can drive up costs. Energizing Indiana can help residents become more energy efficient, lowering energy costs and making progress toward a healthier environment in 2014.

Thanks to Energizing Indiana’s energy efficiency programs and education efforts, Indiana has already saved enough energy since January 2012 to power more than 64,000 homes for a year. But they want even more homeowners, businesses and schools to reap the benefits.

More than 100,000 homeowners have received home energy assessments from Energizing Indiana, giving them the tools needed to start saving by decreasing energy usage and raising the home’s performance. Hoosiers have also purchased more than six million energy-efficient light bulbs through Energizing Indiana’s deep discounts at local retailers, and businesses have received more than $25 million in incentives for energy efficient upgrades to lighting and equipment.

“The start of the year is the perfect time to make a commitment to energy efficiency in our homes and businesses,” said David Stippler, Indiana Utility Consumer counselor.

Energizing Indiana partners with local utilities to make programs available to electric customers of Duke Energy, Indiana Michigan Power, Indianapolis Power & Light Co., NIPSCO and Vectren.

To sign up for a Residential Home Energy Assessment and learn about other Energizing Indiana programs, visit or call 888-446-7750.

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