Save up to $300 a year through energy efficiency

1 in 5 of our neighbors is paying 10% or more of their total income for electricity.

That can force working families to make tough choices, like between keeping the lights on and buying groceries.

That’s not only outrageous, it’s a call to action.

From light bulbs to navigating local energy efficiency programs that pay you to save money, we’ll work with you and your family to create a lower bill and a better home.

What is Energy Efficiency?

Energy efficiency means using less energy to perform the same function. Appliances and machines are energy-efficient when they use less electricity or gas to accomplish the same task. Energy efficiency means keeping your house warm in the winter and cool in the summer while using less energy to do so. Home energy efficiency upgrades can include air sealing, adding insulation to the attic or walls, buying a new, high-efficiency furnace, or purchasing a new energy-efficient refrigerator.

Get Started with Savings

  1. SIGN UP

    Whether you raise your hand in person or online, when you sign up with Groundswell, you’ll immediately start receiving weekly energy efficiency tips, as well as a scheduled consultation from our Energy Coach.

  2. CALL US

    Our experienced Energy Coach will work closely with you to develop a cost-cutting energy efficiency strategy, helping you identify areas for savings while navigating available local resources to save even more.


    Once you’ve put your energy efficiency savings plan into action, we’ll stay connected to help you track your savings and stay on top of new ways to save more.

Raise Your Hand

YES! I’m interested in energy efficiency.

Join the Groundswell community and find out how to take control of your energy bills.

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