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Make Your Home More Energy Efficient

Columbia Water & Light offers a variety of programs and incentives to help you save money and energy. These programs improve the health and comfort of homes and make the community’s housing more affordable.

Residential Programs and Tools

Rebates, Discounts, and Loans

Home Performance with Energy Star Programs – Provides rebates and low-interest loans for home energy efficiency upgrades including, sealing air leaks, adding insulation, sealing duct work and improving heating and cooling systems.

Home Performance Rebates

Home Performance Loans

Home Performance Energy Efficiency Scores

Attic Plus Program

Air Conditioner and Heat Pump Rebates and Discounts – Receive rebates and discounts on air conditioners and heat pumps.

Ground Source Heat Pump Rebate

Air Conditioner and Air Source Heat Pump Rebates

Heat Pump Discounts

Income Qualifying Programs – These programs help City of Columbia citizens get the energy they need. With these programs you can benefit or help others benefit by donating small sums of money.

C.A.S.H. and H.E.L.P. Utility Assistance Programs

Window Air Conditioner Exchange Program

Enhanced Home Performance with Energy Star

Energy Efficiency Tools and Tips

Free Residential Energy Audit – Audits are available for all customers. Our evaluation of your home or business will provide energy and water efficiency tips specific for your location. Sign up using our opens in a new windowonline audit sign-up form.

Energy Depot Tool – This is a set of online tools and resources to help you better understand and manage your home’s energy use and costs.

Rule Your Attic Tool – Use this calculator to see how much insulation you may need, rebate amounts and payback period.

Energy Efficiency Tips – Read these tips to learn how to improve the efficiency of your home and see significant energy savings.

Energy Conservation Videos

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Energy Efficiency for Rental Homes

Recycling Bulbs and Ballasts – Learn how to properly dispose of lamps and ballasts containing toxic metals, such as mercury, cadmium and lead.

Residential Tree Power – Electric customers can save money on cooling costs with a free shade tree. opens in a new windowSign-up online now or call 573-874-7325.

Understanding Your Residential Bill – Learn how energy for Columbia residents is billed.

Contact Utility Services

Address

701 E Broadway, Columbia, MO 65205

Phone

573-441-5528

Email

efficiency@como.gov
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