Efficiency and Rebates
The City of Shasta Lake managers a
comprehensive energy efficiency incentive program for residential &
commercial customers focusing on peak load reduction and energy
conservation. For residential customers, rebates are offered for the
installation of various energy efficiency measures. For commercial
customers, rebates are available for upgraded lighting, HVAC equipment,
and in cases where an analysis is performed rebates can be offered for
additional equipment that reduces energy use and/or demand.
Residential Customer Programs:
- Energy Efficiency Hotline/Program Overview:
A toll free line is available for customers to answer questions and
provide information on energy efficiency and energy savings-related
- Free Energy Audits: On-site
energy audits by Shasta Lake energy specialists are available to
residential customers. Energy efficiency measures are recommended based
on each audit and the city personnel follow up with additional visits
to answer questions and make additional recommendations, if requested. To schedule a free home energy audit or for more information regarding this program, contact:
Residential Energy Audit Overview
- Rebate Program: Comprehensive technical support and incentives to facilitate installation of higher efficiency cooling and refrigeration equipment, envelope measures, appliances, weatherization, and lighting. The following forms are for the rebates currently being offered:
- Kill a Watt Power Meter: Residents can check out a P3 Kill a Watt power meters for no charge and for up to 15 days. These meter will help display the total consumption of 120 volt appliances, to help residents understand which appliances in their homes consume the most energy. Simply complete a Kill a Watt Application and submit it to the Customer Service Department to receive a meter at no cost.
Shasta Lake Demand Reduction Programs:
Since 2009, Tantalus remote-read meters have been rolled out to nearly every customer. It is anticipated that this remote meter reading system would allow the City to implement an interruptible load program, time-of-use metering, and other such programs.
Energy Efficiency Goals and Progress