AEP Ohio provides many special incentives and rebates to help you become more energy efficient and reduce you monthly energy bills. Not only can you save money, their website can provide you with low cost/no cost tips you can do around your home to reduce your energy usage.
AEP provides the following incentives and rebates:
Appliance Rebates Program: Purchase new ENERGY STAR® appliances (visit website for complete list) and you can receive rebates from $25.00 up to $500 and save money on energy cost. New ENERGY STAR® appliances can use half the energy that 12 year old appliances use.
EfficiencyCrafted® New Homes Program: When making a purchase as important as a new home, you want to make sure you get it right. The best way to get it right is with an EfficencyCrafted® new home. Reduce your energy use by 15-30% over conventionally built homes giving you greater savings, comfort and value for years to come.
Efficient Lighting Discounts Program: Receive discounts on ENERGY STAR® certified CFLs or LEDs from many participating Ohio retailers such as Sam’s, Walmart, Target, Lowe’s and Home Depot or at AEP Ohio’s online lighting store.
In-Home Energy Program: In order to reduce your energy consumption, you first have to find out where you are wasting energy. Our one hour $25.00 assessment or four hour $50.00 audit will show you exactly where you are wasting energy, provide you with a report of corrective measures and leave you with energy efficiency upgrades (CFLs, LED nightlights, smart power strip etc.) valued well over the cost of the assessment or audit.
Online Energy Profile: Not ready for an audit or assessment? Take our Online Energy Profile to provide you with options to make energy-saving changes for your home. It takes less than five minutes to get you started on saving energy and money.
Community Assistance Program: AEP Ohio customers who are enrolled in the Percentage of Income Payment Plan (PIPP), Home Weatherization Assistance Program (HWAP), or Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP); and gross income is at or below 200 percent of the Federal Poverty Income Guidelines may qualify for free energy efficiency and repair services to your home.
Go to our website for more energy saving programs.