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Energy efficiency is important part of Indiana's energy future. Energy efficiency actions allow appliances and thermal insulation in homes and businesses do the same amount of work with less energy. Indiana's energy demand has increased over time, and without increased energy efficiency, the cost of these new power plants will be passed onto Indiana residents and business owners in the form of higher utility bills. Higher energy efficiency makes sense economically, and a variety of energy efficiency strategies, ranging from no-cost to low-cost and moderate cost, can save significant amounts of energy both in the home and in the workplace.
Learn more about Residential energy efficiency
Learn more about Commercial/Industrial energy efficiency
Learn more about these energy reduction goals from the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commision (IURC). Utilities will work with Energizing Indiana to achieve these savings through five "demand-side management" programs:
Learn more about these programs from Energizing Indiana.