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Renewable Energy Program

Evansville Water & Light is committed to being an environmentally responsible utility. We are dedicated to improving our community’s quality of life through active environmental stewardship.


As a public power utility, we have demonstrated a strong, long-standing commitment to environmental protection. We are committed to minimizing the impact our business has on the environment with technologies and processes that are socially responsible, scientifically based and economically sound.

 

 


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Renewable Energy Programs for Residents


 

  • Renewable Energy Blocks - If it doesn't make sense to put solar or wind turbines on your property, you can still purchase renewable energy from us.  

  • Solar Installation Checklist- This guide will help you understand the process of putting solar on your home or business.

  • Complete Distributed Generation Application and Solar Supplement Application

  • Focus on Energy Incentives for Renewable Energy-  These incentives are offered on a first-come-first-served basis. 

  • Focus on Energy Free Energy Savings Products - Take advantage of ways to use energy smarter and reduce energy waste in your home. Focus on Energy offers six different energy saving packs - all sent to you for free. Allow 4-6 weeks for delivery. For more information on pack options, eligibility requirements, and product installation videos, click here. 

  • Residential Solar - The City of Evansville can buy the renewable energy your house produces.  CLICK HERE to download a brochure on solar installation.


 

Renewable Energy Programs for Businesses

  • Renewable Energy Blocks for Businesses- Consider purchasing renewable energy from us. If you purchase 100% renewable energy to power your business, you can bet your customers would like to know. We can help you spread the word.

  • Renewable Energy Grants for Non-Profit Organizations-  We offer grants to non-profit organizations that can't take advantage of the various tax credits available to other for-profit entities. 

  • Focus on Energy Renewable Energy Programs for Business- Check out the various programs that Focus on Energy has to offer. These programs have limited funding.

 


As your not-for-profit local municipal utility, we want to do whatever we can to help. If you have questions about the Renewable Energy programs we offer, please contact:

 

Amy Wanek

 

608-345-0683
awanek@wppienergy.org 
Energy Services Representative
WPPI Energy

 

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After a 7-year tenure as Evansville Community Development Director, Jason Sergeant has been appointed City Administrator by Mayor Bill Hurtley and the City Council. He was selected from a group of two dozen candidates in a national search.

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