The Best Energy Efficiency Rebate Programs in Wyoming
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The Best Energy Efficiency Rebate Programs in Wyoming

February 4, 2019

There are all sorts of energy efficiency programs available to Wyoming homeowners. Designed to help with the cost of making energy efficient home improvements (like hooking up solar electricity or installing attic insulation), most come in the form of financial incentives or tax rebates. Think of it as free money for your project!

 

We know that cost is usually the first thing that keeps people from making beneficial (even necessary!) improvements to their homes. This is why we work hard to stay on top of all the rebate programs available to Wyoming residents. We can help you figure out if you qualify, connect you to the right people, and even do the paperwork for you in certain cases! 

 

Considering tackling your own energy efficiency project? Check out this list of energy efficiency rebate programs available to Wyoming residents (we've covered Colorado, too). And let us know if you have questions! We're here to help. 

Black Hills Energy: Cheyenne Residential Customer Rebate Program

 

Black Hills Energy provides a host of rebates to customers seeking to make energy efficiency upgrades. Get rebates for installing a more efficient furnace, an energy efficient dishwasher and (our personal favorite) getting your ceilings and walls insulated. Air sealing is covered too! Simply visit this page to learn more about what you need to do to qualify. 

 

Rocky Mountain Power: WattSmart Residential Efficiency Program

 

Rocky Mountain Power offers a number of cash incentives designed to help you save energy and money. In particular, check out their WattSmart Residential Efficiency Program. You can get rebates of up to $600 on duct sealing projects and up to $0.75 on the dollar for every square foot you add insulation to. Don't let their offer go to waste! Learn more here

 

 

 

 

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