Watt Choices: Energy Tips
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WATT CHOICES for my...
Business Rebates
Express Efficiency Small Commercial & Industrial Customers (<300 billing demand)
(Includes small: office, beauty parlor, convenience stores, restaurants)
Multifamily Housing Retrofit Program
Small Commercial Direct Install
Non-residential Upstream Lighting - Instant Rebate on Screw In LED bulbs for Non-Residential Customers
Commercial Efficiency (>300 billing demand)
(Including large: offices, retail stores, grocery stores, restaurants, hotels)
Industrial Efficiency (>300 billing demand)
(Including large: metals, chemicals, food processing, rubber, plastics, other industrial)
Public Agency Partnership Programs (Including Local Government and Municipalities, Healthcare, Nonprofit including Churches, Education Sectors)
Community Education Energy Efficiency Program (CEEP) The Community Education Efficiency Program for Duquesne Light will prepare middle and high school students to become energy efficiency auditors.
Demand Management
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  • Meter Exchange Program
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    Tips to Save Energy >
     WATT CHOICES can I make to save energy?

    • Replace your incandescent light bulbs with fluorescent bulbs. Fluorescent bulbs use ΒΌ of the energy traditional bulbs use.
    • Turn off your lights and TVs when you're done using them. These are easy ways to save energy and money!
    • Is there insulation in your attic? Insulation keeps your house warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer. A minimum depth of 8 to 10 inches of insulation works best to manage heating and cooling
    • Do you close your drapes and blinds when the sun goes down? Closing the drapes and blinds during winter months helps cut heat loss at night.
    • Is your thermostat set correctly? According to the U.S. Department of Energy, 68 degrees is the recommended setting if the heat is on. If you have air conditioning, the recommended setting is 78 degrees.