Kentucky Power is suspending all new activity in its Demand-side Management (energy efficiency) programs until further notice in response to an order issued by the Kentucky Public Service Commission on November 2, 2017.
Kentucky Power’s Whole House Efficiency Program is designed to help qualifying AEP Kentucky Power residential customers save energy and money throughout the entire home.
Beginning with a Home Energy Audit, an energy specialist will help you identify and fix areas in your home that may be losing valuable energy. If you make improvements suggested during the audit, you may also qualify for substantial rebates.
With a Home Energy Audit from Kentucky Power, a participating energy specialist will work with you one-on-one to identify energy-saving improvements. You will receive a personalized report with energy efficiency recommendations.
Air infiltration diagnostic test to find air leaks
Energy savings booklet
Instant energy-savings booklet
Customer home energy report
During the energy audit of your home, the energy specialist may install any of the following measures as part of the service:
High efficiency lightbulbs (CFL/LED)
Domestic hot water pipe insulation*
Water heater insulation wrap*
Weatherstripping, caulking, doorsweep
If you make improvements suggested during the audit, you’ll be eligible for generous rebates on qualified energy-saving solutions.
Up to $1000 HVAC Rebates for the purchase and installation of heat pumps and smart programmable communicating thermostat.
Up to $500 in Weatherization Rebates for the purchase and installation of air sealing, duct sealing and insulation (attic, wall, basement sidewall and crawlspace).
The sooner you sign up for the Whole House Efficiency Program, the sooner your home will start saving you money. Invite an energy specialist into your home today to learn what money-saving steps you can take, or call us at 1-866-225-0686 to learn more.
*Water measures are only available to customers with electric DHW.
** Rebates vary depending on the measures installed and the efficiency rating of measures installed. The measures may be modified by the implementation contractor and Kentucky Power to reflect market conditions.