Get a Free Energy-saving Kit—Valued at $37
The Online Energy Checkup is fast, easy and shows you where your home uses energy. Plus it offers energy-saving tips like fixing leaky faucets, especially hot water. One drop per second can add up to 165 gallons per month—that’s more than one person uses in two weeks! Small changes like this help you save money and the environment.
Over 1.25 million kWh of energy was saved in 2021. The 10,966 Michigan customers and their families who installed the energy-saving items in the kit helped reduce emissions equal to taking 715 gas-powered cars off the road for one year! *
Get Free Energy-saving Products
By answering some basic questions about your home, FREE Energy-saving products, valued at $37, will be shipped to your home.
Electric Water Heater Kit
- Bathroom faucet aerators
- High-efficiency showerhead
- Kitchen faucet aerator
- LED night light
Gas Water Heater Kit
Advanced Power Strip (Tier 1)
- Must be an I&M residential customer.
- Kit is limited to one per I&M account every three years.
- The kit will be mailed to the mailing address on your I&M account. If you have an out-of-state address (not Indiana or Michigan), the kit will be shipped to your service address.
If you are qualified to get a kit, you will receive an email confirmation when your kit ships. If it’s been less than 3 years since you got a kit, you are not qualified. Within 10 days of your completing the survey, we will email you the date you can request a kit.
If you need help, email us or call 800-311-4634.
The kit will be sent to the mailing address on your I&M account. If you have an out-of-state address (not Indiana or Michigan), the kit will be sent to your service address. If you have a PO Box or forwarding request at USPS, you may be charged USPS forwarding fees.
Electric water heaters have an electrical supply cord. It looks like a thick extension cord and is generally black or gray and near the top of the water heater.
Gas / Propane water heaters have a vent pipe on top of the water heater. It is usually a 3- or 4-inch PVC pipe that allows the exhaust created by the gas to be vented outside. Gas water heaters also have a ½-inch-thick black gas pipe going into the bottom of the tank.
Power strips are often used to expand existing electrical outlets in a home. However, commonly plugged-in devices such as TVs, computers, media players and printers continue to use power when in standby mode on a traditional power strip. Often known as “phantom power” or “vampire power,” this electricity drain adds about 10% to your energy bill. Reducing or eliminating its presence can mean serious energy savings.
The Advanced Power Strip makes it easy to eliminate phantom and standby power losses without ever unplugging the equipment. The Advanced Power Strip intelligently cuts off power to connected devices when they’re not in use. If you need help setting up the Advanced Power Strip, view the video tutorial or see the instructions.
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Take the Online Energy Checkup and get a free kit — $37 Value.
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.