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Residential Demand Conservation
The Demand Conservation device is attached to your home and connected to your central air conditioner or heat pump. These devices, if activated, allow us to safely cycle central air conditioners and other equipment off and on for brief periods during critical “peak” summer days.
The Demand Conservation Program incentive structure has changed for 2019-2025. If there is a need to call a “cycling” event during a critical "peak" summer day, participating customers will receive one end-of-season $5 credit on their November energy bill for each device installed on a central air conditioning unit, heat pump, water heater or pool pump. Participants will no longer automatically receive monthly credits on their summer energy bills.
The Demand Conservation Program is a voluntary program that will accept new enrollments as long as equipment is available.