Current Programs and Initiatives
Updated as of October 3, 2012
Read all program regulations. These rebates are available to UCNSB residential electric customers and apply to energy efficiency projects completed by a licensed contractor on existing homes (not applicable to new construction) serviced by UCNSB, beginning Oct. 1, 2012 and ending Sept. 30, 2013, or while funds last. Submission of this application does not guarantee a rebate. Applications must be completed and submitted within the program year. Please note this year: All installations must be completed by a licensed professional contractor for rebate eligibility.
Read all program regulations. This rebate is available to UCNSB commercial electric customers and applies to the installation of LED EXIT signs, window solar screens and added insulation completed by a licensed contractor on existing businesses (not applicable to new construction) serviced by UCNSB, beginning Oct. 1, 2012 and ending Sept. 30, 2013, or while funds last. Submission of this application does not guarantee a rebate. Applications must be completed and submitted within the program year.
Our showerhead exchange program offers UC water customers the opportunity to exchange their old 2.5 gpm showerhead for a water-saving kits, which includes a 1.25 gpm massaging showerhead and other conservation tools.
Click here for more information on these water conservation intiatives.
Free Energy Audit
UC electric customers can receive a FREE in-home energy audit from our Florida-certified energy rater, Stan DiBello. This program offers you the opportunity to have your home's energy consumption personally analyzed and learn what specific, energy-saving recommendations can to help you save money. Click here for a form.
Please note: You must contact us to initiate our free energy audit. Our State of Florida certified energy rater is Stan DiBello. If you are contacted by anyone else without having requested an audit from the Utilities Commission and you have questions, please call our Customer Service Department at 386-427-1361.
Our load management program continues. This program can save you up to $7.50 per month on your electric bill. Click here for more information.
Florida & Federal Energy Conservation Incentives
Florida Department of Environmental Protection
Conducting an energy audit of your own home allows you to see how much energy you are using, where it is being lost, and what steps you can take to save money on your utility bill by conserving energy. The US Department of Energy has a thorough step-by-step process you can do yourself to audit your home's energy consumption, and offers mportant information on selecting a reputable professional energy auditor. Please CLICK HERE to be directed to this web page.