By Ethan Howland, American Public Power Association
The Omaha Public Power District is launching a pilot program aimed at expanding the public power utility’s energy efficiency program among its low-income customers. “We want to make our customers aware of energy efficiency to reduce their energy burden and cut their costs,” said Britton Gabel, OPPD product specialist. The pilot project is a redesign of OPPD’s Smart Steps low-income energy efficiency program, according to Gabel. Through a revamped program, OPPD hopes to reach segments of the low-income population the utility hasn’t reached before. Continue reading here.
OPPD’s Income-Qualified Energy Efficiency Pilot begins in June.
OPPD Customers Embracing Programs, Pilots To Help Manage Their Energy Usage, OPPD News Release
Links to additional OPPD programs included in the news release:
New OPPD Resource: Energy Conservation Video
4 little-known summer energy tips, The Wire