Fall Into Savings 

With the kids back in school and the high temperatures subsiding, fall is the perfect time to get your utility bill in check by cutting back on your consumption. Whether it's adjusting usage behaviors or taking advantage of OUC's efficiency upgrade rebates, there's no better time than now to Fall Into Savings.

Home Improvement Incentives


Efficiency Delivered
Efficiency DeliveredOUC's Efficiency Delivered program provides up to $2,000 of energy and water efficiency upgrades in your home based on your needs. You receive professional installation from a trusted source and save instantly with rebates from OUC since you'll only pay for your share of the cost for the selected improvements. LEARN MORE >

Ceiling Insulation Upgrade ($.10/SQ FT.)

The attic is the easiest place to add insulation. It can help lower your energy costs and keep you comfortable through the seasons. LEARN MORE >



Run your clothes or dishwasher only when full. Also, be sure to clean the dryer lint filter after every load.

It takes the same amount of energy to run a small load versus a full one. Also cleaning the lint filter will help your clothes dry faster, yielding less energy usage.


Turn down your water heater to the warm setting.

During the fall season, the air temperature cools down the water that enters your hot water heater, making it work harder to warm the water to your optimal temperature. Therefore, lowering the setting even by a few degrees can save you money in th elong run. Even better, there is up to a $500 rebate when you upgrade to an ENERGY STAR® heat pump water heater. LEARN MORE >


Unplug appliances and electronics when not in use.

Many electronics and appliances can still use power when turned off. To combat these energy vampires, reduce your consumption by unplugging electronics when not in use. An easy way is to use a power strip that you can switch off when necessary. LEARN MORE >


Adjust your irrigation settings.

Irrigation accounts for more than half of Central Florida's total water consumption, so customers should reprogram their timers accordingly. With Daylight Saving Tim ending in November, make sure you water on the apppropriate days and no more than one hour per zone to control your monthly water costs. LEARN MORE >