Minnesota customers: Changes are coming
A new utility will soon serve you. When Alliant Energy sells its gas utility in Minnesota, you will be served by Minnesota Energy Resources. On November 6, 2014, state regulators gave verbal approval for this sale.
The sale of the natural gas portion of the business will close on April 30, 2015, and we expect the sale of the electric portion to close later in 2015. Watch your mail for more information and visit alliantenergy.com/minnesota to stay up-to-date on changes to your utility service.
You can continue to apply for natural gas rebates with Alliant Energy up until our last day of providing you with service.
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Every appliance has two price tags: what you pay in the store and what you pay for the energy to run it. ENERGY STAR® appliances use up to 50% less energy, which saves you money on your energy bill every month.
Build in energy savings before construction starts – whether it’s new construction or a major remodel. You can save on energy costs and add investment value to your property.
Does your business use a lot of water? Water heating can be a large expense for many businesses. How large? It’s typically the second biggest energy user, right behind heating and cooling. Saving energy can help your bottom line.
Thirty percent of the energy used by businesses is used inefficiently or unnecessarily according to ENERGY STAR. Start saving money on energy costs today by upgrading the equipment your employees use most – computers, servers and software.
Not all building, remodeling projects or equipment upgrades fit in a predetermined package, which is why you should keep Custom Rebates in mind if you are considering a process-related project, combining more than one type of high-efficiency equipment or installing equipment that doesn’t qualify for a standard rebate.
On average, restaurant buildings use 2.5 times more energy than an average business building. And cooking makes up 45%of upper Midwest restaurants’ natural gas usage and 23% of electricity usage.
The energy it takes to heat and cool your air and water is one of the biggest costs of doing business. Make sure your systems are working efficiently by upgrading to energy-efficient equipment. You’ll reduce your energy usage, help protect our environment at the same time.
Stop drafts and leaks with insulation and proper air sealing. Insulation and air sealing can significantly reduce your heating and cooling costs plus it can make your business more comfortable.
There are huge dollar savings hidden in your inefficient lighting. Energy-efficient equipment, effective controls and a well-planned design can result not only in energy savings, but increases in productivity, aesthetics and safety.
The extra cost of an energy-efficient motor is often quickly repaid in energy savings especially when you factor in a rebate from Alliant Energy. Lower operating and maintenance costs coupled with relatively short payback periods make efficient motors a sound business investment.
Please read the terms and conditions before completing any rebate claim form.