Free Energy Audit for OEC Members!

Free Energy Audit for OEC Members!

In 2017, OEC helped over 200 members find ways to cut their energy costs and save money through the Co-op Home Energy Efficiency Program. As part of our mission to improve our members' quality of life through the safe delivery of highly reliable, reasonably priced electric service, innovative energy programs and exceptional member service, we want to help you find savings on your energy bill this year. It's part of the premium service you receive as an OEC member.

 

WHAT DOES THE HOME ENERGY EFFICIENCY PROGRAM OFFER?

A home energy efficiency expert from Precise Building Performance conducts a whole-home energy audit. The audit tests your home's ability to seal in heat and air, checks for potential duct leakage and ensures an adequate amount of attic insulation. Members will receive a detailed report on site along with projected retrofit costs and return-on-investment of the project if the member decides to move forward.

 

WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO PARTICIPATE IN THE PROGRAM?

The Home Energy Efficiency Program is available only to residential members living in single-family houses and larger. However, members living in mobile homes are welcome to enroll and will receive helpful resources including specific ways they can cut energy costs. This information can also be viewed at www.okcoop.org

 

I MEET THE QUALIFICATIONS. WHEN AND HOW DO I ENROLL? 

Members may visit www.OKNM.coop, fill out some basic information including their account number, and select "OEC" from the list of co-ops. A member of Precise Building Performance will contact you to schedule your whole-home energy audit.  [6414400710]

Members may also find do-it-yourself efficiency projects at www.OKNM.coop, as well as a link to Precise Building Performance's list of resources. Visit www.okcoop.org for even more energy efficiency resources.

 

For more information, contact Daniel Lofland, energy efficiency and solutions specialist, and a certified Building Analyst Professional from the Building Performance Institute, at 405-217-6631 or daniel.lofland@okcoop.org.

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