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Bright Ideas for Saving Energy

Saving money—and the environment—starts at home. SMART @ HOME makes it easy to save with rebates, tips like vacuuming refrigerator coils twice a year to keep the compressor running efficiently, and helpful tools. That’s smart.

Since 2012, you have helped save over 5.7 billion kWh through I&M’s energy efficiency programs. That’s enough to power 475,301 typical homes for an entire year! You helped the environment by eliminating over 91.7 million pounds of C02, SO2 and NOX emissions since 2012. That’s equivalent to the emissions from 91,786,579 gallons of gas.*

Rebates

I&M’s rebate programs are focused on home energy savings that make it easier than ever to save money and help the environment.

IM Power Rewards
Reduce energy use on hot and humid days to earn bill credits
Energy-saving Products
Rebates on Energy-saving Products
Home Energy Checkup Income Qualified
Get $50 of energy-saving products—for FREE.
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Saving Energy

It has never been easier to save energy at home. I&M offers a variety of useful tips, videos and other resources so you can stretch your energy dollars while also helping the environment.

TIP #63
Water Heating
Set the water heater temperature at 120°F – about halfway between low and medium. This will help save energy and prevent scalding, while keeping unhealthy bacteria from growing.
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Tools & Calculators

Greenhouse Gas Equivalencies Calculator

Light Bulb Energy Usage Calculator

Water Heater Energy Cost Calculator

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I&M Electric Ideas Rebates

I&M’s rebate programs are focused on home energy savings that make it easier than ever to save money and help the environment.

Discover all rebate options available for your home.

*Data as of 2021. Prior year data updated annually in June. Rebates and participation in 2021, were impacted by COVID-related program changes. Annual energy savings based on 12,000 kWh use per year. Estimated emissions reduction calculations are made using EPA.gov Greenhouse Equivalencies Calculator and gross verified kWh savings by program in 2021.

Product offerings and rebates are subject to change without notice. See the specific rebate application for Terms & Conditions.