Arizona public power utility Salt River Project is offering its low-income customers free virtual home energy assessments.
Up to 2,000 qualified customers can receive the Home Energy Assessment.
As a part of the virtual assessment they will receive a thorough evaluation of their home performed by a highly trained “Energy Ambassador,” up to $250 worth of energy-saving products and a customized report of their home’s energy performance.
They will also receive personalized recommendations for energy savings and may be eligible for a free ENERGY STAR refrigerator.
The virtual assessment takes about an hour and a half. At the end of the assessment, the Energy Ambassador will give SRP customers a personalized home energy assessment report with a list of energy-savings tips customized for their home’s specific needs.
The energy savings kit includes up to 25 Energy Star certified LED dimmable bulbs, up to two LED nightlights, up to two efficient-flow showerheads, up to four bathroom faucet aerators, and one kitchen faucet aerator.
Customers do not have to own a home to be eligible for the home assessment. However, approval from the property manager may be needed in some cases.
Additional details are available here: srpnet.com/HEA.
In addition to SRP, the Tennessee Valley Authority, Energy New England, and Massachusetts Municipal Wholesale Electric Company have launched virtual home assessments.