Representatives from Danville Utilities’ Home$ave energy efficiency rebate program will be on location at Lowe’s Home Improvement, located at 280 Lowe’s Drive in Danville, on Saturday, April 20, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. to celebrate Earth Day with energy efficient prizes and giveaways.
Along with Danville Home$ave and Lowe’s, 104.5 “The Dan” WWDN FM radio will be broadcasting live during the festivities, which will include a drawing to win a new ENERGY STAR clothes washer, energy-saving compact fluorescent light bulb (CFL) giveaways, free eco-friendly cloth shopping bags, free seed packets for spring planting, tips on saving energy and money at home, and Earth Day fun for the whole family.
“Danville Utilities customers are encouraged to stop by Lowe’s this Saturday to learn about our Home$ave rebates and to take advantage of our energy-saving, Earth Day giveaways,” said Nate Lewis, key accounts manager for Danville Utilities.
Home$ave is an energy efficiency rebate program available to all Danville Utilities residential electric customers. Home$ave helps Danville homeowners save energy and money by making energy efficient upgrades to their home.
Products eligible for Home$ave rebates and rebate amounts are as follows: Energy Star clothes washers - $50, Energy Star refrigerators - $30, Qualifying high-efficiency central air conditioners - $145 or $250 (depending on efficiency rating), Qualifying high-efficiency air-source heat pumps - $350 or $500 (depending on efficiency rating), HVAC tune-up service (performed by a program-qualified contractor) - $55, Energy Star room air conditioners - $25, Attic insulation - $0.10 per square foot installed (depending on R-Value), Qualifying high-efficiency electric water heater - $25, and Energy Star heat pump electric water heater - $100.
For more information on equipment that qualifies for Home$ave rebates, customers are
urged to visit www.danvillehomesave.com or call the toll-free, Home$ave hotline at 1 (888)
Danville Utilities provides natural gas, water, wastewater and telecommunications services in
Danville and distributes electricity to approximately 42,000 customer locations in a 500-
square-mile service territory covering Danville, the southern third of Pittsylvania County, and
small portions of Henry and Halifax counties.