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The School Energy Education Program has Ended

The Indiana School Energy Education rebate program ended on March 31, 2021 as a result of an Order by the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission (IURC). More information can be found here. 

In 2020, 231 classrooms learned about saving energy. Each of the 6,586 students received an energy-saving kit to take home. Those 5th-grade students and their families helped save over 1.2 million kWh. That’s equal to reducing the emissions from a car driving 2,240,690 miles a year.*

Tip of the Day

TIP #3
Weatherproofing
Safely repair and/or apply weather stripping to air leaks in the home – about 10 to 25% of energy used to heat / cool homes escapes via air leaks. Areas to check include dropped ceilings, recessed lighting, attic entrances, ducts, door frames, electrical outlets and switches, window frames and plumbing/utility access.
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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.

* 2012-2019 results. 2020 results are still being finalized.

*Data as of 2020. Prior year data updated annually in JuneRebates and participation in 2020, 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 2020.