Help us create a bright energy future

Published: 2/15/2019  2:17 PM
 Earlier this year I announced our efforts to create a new Energy Vision that proactively and responsibly takes on challenges never seen before in the energy industry.We have been working closely with our Utilities Board and the Utilities Policy Adv ...



Water plant upgrades benefit the community

Published: 2/6/2019  1:32 PM
More than 45,000 hours of work later, we have made excellent progress on our current water treatment plant upgrade.  We began upgrades to the plant in May 2018 and renamed it shortly thereafter. The Mesa Water Treatment Plant, built in 1942, is now ...



Don't Super Bowl blitz your wastewater lines

Published: 2/1/2019  10:24 AM
​Super Bowl gatherings will be everywhere on Sunday and, whether you’re cheering for your favorite team or simply huddling up with friends for a party, you may not even realize all the blitzing and sacking happening off the television. For many, th ...



Saving more than energy in our community

Published: 1/24/2019  3:18 PM
​Today, our CEO Aram Benyamin toured the Energy Resource Center’s (ERC) facility to take a first-hand look at the great work they do in our community every day. (In the picture to the right, Howard Brooks, CEO of the Energy Resources Center, shows B ...



Sledding with bear cubs

Published: 1/22/2019  2:54 PM
​Soft, sleepy groans come from a sedated bear cub. He's on a sled in the snow, being pulled along like a child in a snowsuit, except his snowsuit is all fur and blubber. He is an orphaned black bear cub, one of eight that were rehabilitated over th ...



All good things must come to an end

Published: 1/15/2019  1:09 PM
On Oct. 2, 2018 my life changed forever when I gave birth to my first child: Liv Terese. She is the new center of my life—I never knew I could love someone as much as I love this new little human being.Being a first-time mom has been a steep learnin ...



​Resolve to save this year

Published: 1/4/2019  3:09 PM
It’s a new year, and that means new resolutions. This year, consider a home energy and water efficiency resolution. Whether you are a homeowner or renter, there are a number of strategies you can adopt to lower your utilities bill no matter the tim ...



When the temps go down, the bills go up

Published: 12/17/2018  3:18 PM
I’m sure there are quite a few customers who are opening their bills this month and wondering why it’s higher than usual. When unexpected changes occur with your bill, one of the first things you should do is go back and look at the weather during t ...



'Tis the season...for water main breaks

Published: 12/14/2018  11:14 AM
While this may be “the hap-happiest season of all,” dealing with traffic issues can really put that phrase to the test. After all, we’ve got parties for hosting, marshmallows for roasting and much mistltoeing to do. Who’s got time for a detour?! Bu ...



Creating your own weather

Published: 12/5/2018  3:59 PM
​Some say weather affects their mood. I believe that we can create our own weather – like having a sunny attitude on a cloudy day.  In the utilities business, though, creating our own weather isn’t as possible. We can still choose great attitudes, b ...



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Trick or Treat for Savings   

by  Tara A.  on  10/31/2018
iStock-615726970-HalloweenCandy-web.jpgTrick or treating through the neighborhood, sometimes there is one special house with a candy bowl that stands out from all the others. It’s the place with full-size candy bars. Everyone wants to be at that house with the biggest candy bars, and all the kids are talking about it the next day. Don’t you want to be like that house?
 
Our efficiency rebates are like full-size candy bars in a neighborhood full of raisin-pouches. Save energy and water with upgrades to your home and appliances, cut costs on your bills and cash in with rebates on qualified products.
 
For homeowners, we offer many rebates to help increase the comfort of your home, update appliances, live more green and use resources wisely. You can earn $50 back or even up to $250 each on qualified purchases. It’s like grabbing a whole handful from the candy bowl. Our residential rebates include:
  • Electric clothes dryer
  • Furnace
  • Insulation & air sealing
  • Irrigation
  • Refrigerator/freezer recycling
  • Renewable energy
  • Smart thermostat
  • Water heater
 
For business owners, there are sweet savings for efficiency too. Whether you are remodeling or just trying to reduce your monthly utility bill, we have rebates available on irrigation, lighting, renewables, air conditioning and more.
 
With all these rebates and many items on the market, it is important to do your homework before making a purchase to verify the product you’re considering qualifies.
 
Check out the residential or business rebates pages at csu.org for program details before making a purchase. The more you do to make your home or business energy and water efficient, the more you can save. Saving money by using resources wisely makes every day feel like yours is the house with the full-size candy bars.
 
 
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