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Program engergizing Indiana one house-business at a time
Written by Erika Schmidt Russell   
Thursday, May 10, 2012 2:16 PM

Lawrenceburg residents it is time to get energized. The city, through its membership in the Indiana Municipal Power Association, is offering home energy use assessments for rate payers free of charge.

The city utility board heard about the program at its meeting Monday, May 7, from Energizing Indiana Managing Director Bob Nuss.

Nuss explained the programs available to Lawrenceburg Utilities customers.

The Energizing Indiana Program also is available to other utility company customers, including Duke Energy according to the brochures and website.
Commercial & Industrial Prescriptive Rebates
Income Qualified Weatherization
Residential Home Energy Assessments
Residential Lighting
School Programs

The first residential review program has an energy advisor go through a person’s house and can include, when needed: