Reminder: Please submit rebate applications no later than February 1, 2017 for products purchased and installed between 1/1/2016 and 12/31/2016.
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Lower the thermostat on your water heater — 120° F is sufficient for most common uses. A 10° F reduction can save up to 5% on water heating costs.
For laundry and cleaning, saving water is as important as saving electricity. Like dishwashers, clothes washers consume most of their energy in the form of hot water.
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To qualify for the $250 electric water heater rebate, your electric water heater must be:
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Water heating can be a large expense, depending on the size of your family and your habits.
Running all the time. The refrigerator is the single largest energy consuming appliance in the home, accounting for 5% of total energy consumption and 10% of total annual energy expenditures in a CA household.
Swimming pools equal high energy bills. The reason? Pumps that may be larger or run longer than necessary. Replacing standard pumps and motor assemblies with high-efficiency pumps can help.
To receive a rebate check within 6 weeks, complete the 2016 Mail in rebate application (pdf)
2016 Rebate Application
Also, you may qualify for a no-cost Water & Energy Savings Kit. This offer is limited to one kit per household for SDG&E residential gas customers. Learn more here.
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