National Cut Your Energy Costs Day is Jan. 10

RAPID CITY When plummeting temperatures cause a leap in heating bills, it’s good to know there are ways you can cut energy costs without sacrificing comfort. Energy-saving tips and money-saving energy efficiency programs from Black Hills Energy are highlighted on National Cut Your Energy Costs Day, recognized annually on Jan. 10.  

“Saving energy can be as simple as turning down the thermostat or insulating around doors and windows to keep drafts out and energy in,” said Brian Munsell, Black Hills Energy coordinator of energy efficiency programs. “We also offer energy efficiency programs with substantial rebates for installing energy-efficient cooling systems, LED lighting, and recycling appliances.” 

Munsell said the company provides rebates and helps customers save energy as a value-added service. Black Hills Energy’s cost-cutting tips are listed at https://www.blackhillsenergy.com/efficiency-and-savings/energy-saving-tips. Residential and commercial/industrial rebates vary by location and can be found, along with applications, at www.energyready.com or by calling (605) 399-5082.

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