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How can I lower my cooling costs?
Try our suite of online energy tools to determine your home's weak spots and find where energy is being wasted. It's completely free and only takes a few minutes to complete.
Big savings can come in small packages, and doing things like sealing air leaks, having your existing AC unit inspected and other lower-cost activities may result in lower bills over time.
The cost to upgrade your AC to an energy efficient unit may seem high, but the long-term savings are substantial. Plus, Vectren offers a rebate on qualifying high-efficiency products!
How do I know if I qualify for rebates?
Although there are a few qualifications that all of our rebates require, it is important to read the specific eligibility guidelines of any rebate you are looking to redeem.
- You need to be a homeowner with Vectren residential service.
Most rebates featured on this page require you to be a homeowner with Vectren residential service.
- Be sure to review the equipment guidelines.
Some rebates require specific products or product features, so be sure to carefully review the rebate application before making any purchases.
- Always ensure you are eligible for a rebate before making a purchase.
There are a variety of elgiibility guidelines specific to each rebate—be sure to read all conditions thoroughly prior to making any purchases.
Curb bills. Earn rebates
Ohio homeowners can take advantage of cash rebates on a variety of energy-efficient, natural gas products and appliances, including heating & cooling equipment, insulation, smart/Wi-Fi thermostats and more!
Request a Vectren speaker
Dozens of Vectren colleagues throughout Indiana and Ohio are available to speak to business, service, civic and religious organizations on a variety of topics to help customers lower energy bills. The group size should consist of at least 10 people. The average presentation length ranges from 30 to 45 minutes with additional time allotted for questions.