Energy Awareness Month: Efficiency, Conservation & Savings Information

In recognition of October being Energy Awareness Month, we encourage you to be aware of your energy use and remain conscious about conservation. Many natural gas utility companies offer rebates –  to help you save money and conserve energy in the process. 

Pennsylvania residents should visit their natural gas utility companies for incentives (see links below). For more information on national programs and references for other states, visit the United States Department of Energy.

And for conservation tips – from summer cooling to winter heating – check out the Ohio Public Utilities Commission’s recommendations.

Pennsylvania Energy Efficiency and Conservation (EE&C) Programs:

Voluntary Natural Gas EE&C Programs – Link to the page that provides information on how natural gas companies that are not subject to the requirements of Act 129 of 2008 help customers reduce their natural gas usage, save money and increase home comfort.

Natural Gas Companies that offer EE&C Rebate and Savings Incentives

Columbia Gas of Pennsylvania – Audit & Rebate Program available to Columbia Gas income qualified customers.

Leatherstocking Gas Company – Hot Water Heater Rebate Program available to Leatherstocking Gas customers.

PECO Gas – Rebate Program available only to PECO natural gas customers in Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, and parts of York county.

Philadelphia Gas Works – Savings, Rebates and Incentives available to Philadelphia Gas Works customers.

UGI Utilities – Rebates and Programs available to UGI Gas and UGI Penn Natural Gas (UGI-PNG) customers. UGI Central Penn Gas (UGI-CPG) customers are not yet eligible for these rebates.

Energy Savings Information

Easy Ways to Save Energy and Money this Winter – Tips on how to save energy.

Tips on How to Conserve Energy in the Home – Additional tips on how to conserve energy in the home.

Energy Savers Booklet – Energy Savers Booklet (U.S. Department of Energy)

Prepare Now – Information to help with potential high natural gas prices.


SOURCES Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission & U.S. Department of Energy


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Kelsey was raised in Indiana, Pennsylvania and attended The Pennsylvania State University where she earned a degree in Communications. Kelsey works as the External Affairs Coordinator at Cabot where she manages external communications, including social media and community outreach projects. Prior to starting her full-time position, Kelsey worked as a summer intern for Cabot while attending Penn State.

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