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Posted on: September 16, 2014

[ARCHIVED] ComEd's Energy Savings Program

ComEd recently rolled out a free home energy assessment. Along with the assessment they install (for free) some energy-saving devices. They claim that these assessments have saved the average home owner $100/year in reduced utility expenses.

The major goals of the ESP program are to help members reduce energy consumption, save money and improve the environment. ComEd, in conjunction with your local gas company, is offering free in-home energy assessments which includes free installation of energy-saving devices. According to ComEd's website, the average participant of this program saves $100 per year in reduced energy consumption. From ComEd's website:

"ComEd customers have opportunities to reduce the energy usage in their home through a Home Energy Assessment. To bring you both electric and natural gas savings, ComEd has partnered with your natural gas utility.

Call 855-433-2700 to get started!

Home Energy Assessment
Owners of single-family homes, two-flats, individually-metered condos and townhomes may qualify to reduce energy and water use with FREE installation of the following products:
• CFLs
• Programmable thermostat
• Showerheads
• Aerators in bathroom & kitchen sinks
• Hot water pipe insulation
You will also receive customized recommendations identifying additional ways to save. Renters are also eligible, with permission from their landlord.
Call today to schedule your assessment!
Please have your ComEd and natural gas utility account numbers available when you call. ComEd customers without Nicor Gas, Peoples Gas or North Shore Gas service may be eligible."

Feel free to 855-433-2700 to get started!

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