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Volunteer Energy Cooperative (VEC) customers who have been considering spending $150 or more on money-saving improvements to their homes, can get rebates and free in-home energy evaluations to help choose the improvements that will get the biggest possible return on their investment.

VEC and TVA are teaming up for the free program. A trained energy-efficiency evaluator will come to your home and recommend steps you can take to save money on your energy bills. If you spend at least $150 on recommended improvements, VEC and TVA will rebate up to 50% of the cost of qualifying improvements up to a maximum of $500. (Some restrictions and limits may apply. Call for details.)

Owners of manufactured or stick-built homes who have had permanent VEC electric service for at least one year and who have not participated in the energy right® heat pump program at the same address for at least six months are eligible to participate. Homeowners must agree to a free in-home energy evaluation by a VEC-approved evaluator, must read and sign an agreement to proceed, and must use VEC-approved contractors. (Some improvements can be completed by the homeowner with pre-approval from VEC.)

For more information or to request a free in-home energy evaluation, contact Kristy Kelly in VEC’s Marketing and Economic Development Department at 423-334-7055. You can also call your local VEC Customer Service Center and, when prompted, enter extension 7055.

September 9, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterVEC