Incentive Programs For Your Business

Your local municipal electric utility offers a variety of programs that provide cash incentives to help your business use energy more efficiently. From lighting to motors to custom programs, you will find an incentive tailored to your specific needs.

Bright Energy Solutions® and your local municipal electric utility are here to help you find energy-smart solutions that will allow you to reduce your electric energy costs and operate more efficiently. Once the energy efficient equipment is installed, you’ll continue to enjoy the energy savings well into the future.

Take advantage of these incentives today!

Participating Communities in South Dakota
Beresford Municipal Utilities Beresford SD
Big Stone City Municipal Utilities Big Stone City SD
Brookings Municipal Utilities Brookings SD
Burke Municipal Utilities Burke SD
City of Faith Faith SD
City of Pickstown Pickstown SD
Flandreau Municipal Utilities Flandreau SD
Fort Pierre Municipal Utilities Fort Pierre SD
Pierre Municipal Utilities Pierre SD
Vermillion Light & Power Vermillion SD
Watertown Municipal Utilities Dept. Watertown SD
Winner Municipal Utilities Winner SD
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Energy Tips
Laundry Room

Wash full loads whenever possible. If you must wash a small load, use the appropriate water level setting.



Dishwasher
Use the "air dry" setting instead of the "heat dry" setting on your dishwasher.

Refrigerators

Follow these guidelines to reduce the amount of energy your refrigerator uses:



  • Set the appropriate temperature. Keep your refrigerator at 35-38 degrees Fahrenheit.

  • Place your fridge in a cool place. Position your refrigerator away from a heat source such as an oven, a dishwasher, or direct sunlight from a window.

  • Allow air circulation behind the fridge. Leave a few inches between the wall and the refrigerator, and keep the condenser coils clean if you have an older model. Read the user's manual to learn how to safely clean coils. Coil cleaning brushes can be purchased at most hardware stores.

  • Check the door seals. Make sure the refrigerator seals around the door are airtight. If not, replace them.

  • Keep the door closed. Minimize the amount of time the refrigerator door is open.

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