For Immediate Release
ComEd Media Relations
Since 2008, customers have saved nearly $6 billion on energy bills with ComEd Energy Efficiency Program
CHICAGO (Oct. 5, 2021) – In advance of National Energy Efficiency Day, which is Wednesday, Oct. 6, ComEd encourages customers, particularly those on a limited budget, to learn more about the many available energy-efficiency services and incentives that can help them save money and energy. The ComEd Energy Efficiency Program is one of the largest programs in the nation offering residential, business and public-sector customers a variety of options that can help them cut back on their energy use, which reduces energy bills and helps the environment.
Since its launch in 2008, the program has saved customers more than $5.7 billion on their energy bills and saved enough energy to power more than 6 million homes for a year. This is equivalent to removing more than 5.5 million cars from the road or reducing more than 56 billion pounds of carbon emissions. The program has also helped ComEd maintain rates for families and businesses that are lower than average in the 10 largest U.S. metropolitan areas.
"ComEd is committed to safely delivering clean, reliable and affordable energy needed to power the lives of our families, communities and businesses," said Jane S. Park, ComEd's chief customer officer and senior vice president of customer operations. "ComEd's energy-efficiency offerings not only drive environmental sustainability through reduced energy use, these award-winning programs can also help hard-working families and businesses – many still facing economic hardships – to reduce their electric bills and save."
The ComEd Energy Efficiency Program provides the following energy-saving offers to customers whose household income is at or below 80 percent of the Area Median Income (AMI):
Families on a limited budget can learn more about these energy-saving offers, including eligibility guidelines, by visiting ComEd.com/IncomeEligible. The ComEd Energy Efficiency Program also has offerings for residential customers of all income levels as well as business customers. For more information, visit ComEd.com/HomeSavings for residential customers and ComEd.com/BizSavings for business customers. The ComEd Energy Efficiency Program is funded in compliance with state law.
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