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Energy Conservation

Lincoln County Power District #1 offers many ways to help its customers reduce their monthly bills by making their homes and businesses more energy efficient; including rebates, LED lights, and information on energy conservation.  The Power District also partners with the Rural Nevada Development Corporation to offer free weatherization services to qualifying low income homeowners. 

We are also pleased to now offer a new program to help the agriculture industry in Lincoln County improve the efficiency of their irrigation systems.  Irrigated fields account for approximately 25% of the energy use in Lincoln County.

 

Click on the following links for more information about our Programs:

Have an Energy Star rated air conditioning unit or heat pump with a SEER rating of 15.0 or higher? Take advantage of our High Efficiency HVAC Rebate. Download an application Here.

We want to help you be more efficient with your energy usage. Get free energy efficient light bulbs from Lincoln County Power District #1 to help you conserve energy and reduce your energy bill.

Click Here to download info on how to get your free light bulbs.

Click Here to download Saving Money By Saving Energy: Conservation Tips for Our Customers, a detailed collection of tips from Lincoln County Power District #1.

Rural Nevada Development Corporation Low Income Weatherization Program
Are you thinking about replacing parts or upgrading the hand line, wheel line or pivot on your farm?  By replacing old and deteriorated irrigation system parts, water use and energy consumption can be reduced.  Download an application for rebates from the Power District by clicking here.
Lincoln County Power District #1 also provides rebates for small scale renewable energy installations and offers net metering services for generating systems that meet the Power District's design and installation standards.    Download an application for rebates from the Power District by clicking here.  However, it is important that you contact the Power District to discuss the proposed installation before purchasing a renewable energy system.  We have specific design and installation standards that must be met to protect the safety of our lineman and the utility grid.  Contact the Lincoln County Power District engineering office for more details.

 

 

 

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