One of GWP’s new CLEAN ENERGY programs, the PEAK SAVINGS PROGRAM, has launched!
Glendale Water and Power’s press release:
SIGN UP, SAVE ENERGY, AND EARN CASH
We are excited to announce the launch of Glendale Water & Power’s NEW Peak Savings program, a demand response program for residential and commercial customers. Through this program, customers receive incentives for reducing demand on the electric grid on days when demand is highest (called peak events). The Peak Savings program uses your smart thermostat to automatically manage your energy usage. Learn more by reading below.
 
How Peak Savings works for Residents:

On days when demand on the electric grid is extremely high, the Peak Savings program uses your registered smart thermostat to automatically manage your energy use. While the program only adjusts the temperature by three degrees or less, it makes a big difference in reducing demand and keeping costs low. Most people don’t notice a difference.

Enrolled residential customers will receive a $50 incentive for signing up and will also receive $50 each year on their enrollment anniversary for participating in the program. Customers that don’t have a smart thermostat can receive a $100 instant rebate on the purchase price of a new smart thermostat, and will also receive $50 each year on their enrollment anniversary.

How Peak Savings works for Businesses:

GWP will provide a free facility walkthrough, outline ways that your facility can reduce energy during peak events, and provide you with an energy reduction plan for events. You will be notified the day prior to a peak event, and you implement the energy reduction plan the day of the event during the specified times.

Business customers can receive up to $250 per event for implementing their energy reduction plan. Up to 15 peak events can be called each year, so the savings can really add up!

 
How to sign up:

For more details and to enroll in the program, visit www.GWPPeakSavings.com

 

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