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Utility, Home Depot team up to push energy efficiency

Published September 20, 2012 8:44 am
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Rocky Mountain Power and The Home Depot are teaming up to bring customers information about affordable and energy-efficient lighting options.

Together, they will be hosting a series of events at Home Depots in selected cities in Utah and Wyoming.

The next events will take place Saturday from noon to 4 p.m. at Home Depot locations in West Valley City, West Jordan and Ogden.

Rocky Mountain Power offers $20 cash back on qualified ENERGY STAR light fixtures, including the latest LED fixtures. Beyond the upfront savings, those efficient lighting products use up to 75 percent less energy than traditional fixtures and offer significantly longer lamp life. The utility also offers cash back for a variety of energy-efficient appliances.

Representatives from Rocky Mountain Power's Home Energy Savings program will be on-site to inform customers of the benefits of high-efficiency light and to simplify the incentive process by helping fill out cash-back applications on the spot.




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