Incentive Programs Available in Fort Pierre, SD

Welcome to our website! Now is the time to invest in energy-smart products and take advantage of the cash incentives offered to you by Fort Pierre Municipal Utilities. We offer a variety of energy efficiency programs that can help you lower your utility bills.



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To see how you can start saving energy and saving money today, click on any of the programs below.
Available Cash-Incentive Programs in Fort Pierre SD
Commercial Refrigeration  
Compressed Air System Efficiency  
Custom Incentive for Businesses (E)  
Food Service for Businesses (E)  
Heating and Cooling for Businesses (E)  
Lighting New Construction for Businesses  
Lighting Retrofit for Businesses  
Pump and VFDs for Businesses  
Specialty Measures for Businesses (E)  
Targeted Audit  
Fort Pierre Municipal Utilities
Success Stories
Nursing home installs energy efficient lighting
Sheyenne Care Center of Valley City, N.D., received a rebate of $11,398 for recent lighting upgrades it installed throughout its buildings. The nursing home earned the rebate through Valley City Public Works and the Bright Energy Solutions® progr [...]

North Dakota University nabs lighting rebate
Valley City (N.D.) State University recently installed energy-efficient LED and fluorescent lighting in its building. The university earned a rebate of $43,000 from Valley City Public Works and the Bright Energy Solutions® program for its energy [...]
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Energy Tips
Kitchen Appliances

Keep your oven door closed when baking. Every time you open the oven door, the temperature can drop 25 degrees.



For oven cooking, use the lowest temperature setting possible and preheat the oven to the exact temperature required.



When cooking on range tops, cover pots and pants; foods will cook more efficiently and the kitchen will stay cooler in the summer.



 

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