SAVING MONEY THROUGH ENERGY EFFICIENCY

 

 

Residential Users

 

Many people with medium to large homes, with monthly electricity bills averaging over $140 are paying a much higher price than they need to for their electricity. You can save 20-40 % on those electricity bills by switching to an alternative rate and utilizing ENERGY SENTRY ® technology with no discomfort whatsoever. Thousands of famlies already have taken advantage of this rate over the past many years. Find out if it would fit your needs. The alternative rate is available from Virginia Power, North Carolina Power, Carolina Power and Light and Arizona Public Service.

 


HOW DOES IT WORK?

These power companies have a little known electric rate called a Demand based Time-of-Use (TOU) rate. When used in conjunction with Energy Sentry ® technology, you can and will experience savings on your electric bill of 20-40% per month.


WHAT IS YOUR NEXT STEP ?

 

SEND FOR A FREE ANALYSIS

 

VA Energy Management will do a free, no obligation, analysis of your electric bills.In order to do this analysis, we need your last 12 months of your electric bills. If you have your last 12 months of your electric bills, send the following information for each of the 12 months. Your last bill also contains a chart with that information for your use.

 


 
      First Name: 
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      Zip Code:   
 E-Mail Address:  
 

I use the following power company: (Select one)

 

YOUR LAST 12 ELECTRIC BILLS KILOWATT INFO IS LOCATED BY MONTH ON YOUR LAST POWER BILL.

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JULY AUG

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