UP Firm Installs Nearly 5,000 Free Energy Saving Kits In 2012

February 5, 2013 detroit.cbslocal.com

HANCOCK — Nearly 5,000 Michigan utility customers participated in Blue Terra Energy’s free energy-saving kit installation program in 2012. Customers saved, on average, about $250 a year per household.

BTE, in partnership with Efficiency United, performed the free kit installations in accordance with Michigan Public Act 295, to develop clean, renewable energy and reduce 25 percent of government grid-based energy purchases by 2015.

An $85 value, the free kits include 12 Energy Star light bulbs, two high-efficiency shower heads, kitchen and bath faucet aerators, foam pipe wraps and a Honeywell programmable thermostat. In addition to complimentary energy-saving kit installations, BTE crews performed commercial energy audits and furnace tune-ups statewide… Read more

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