Energy Conservation Rebates & Incentive Program

The Energy Conservation Residential Home Energy Use Audit & Rebates Program, which includes the Residential Home Energy Use Audit, Residential Duct Repair Rebate and Residential Attic Insulation Upgrade Rebate, is temporarily suspended.

Energy Conservation Tips for your Home

From simple tips like turning off lights and fans when you are not in the room, to how-to guides on caulking and weather stripping, the Energy Star® Energy Savings at Home personalized tool for homeowners will provide you with valuable tips on how to increase your energy savings and even help you build an energy savings to-do list. Learn more

Heating & Cooling

ThermostatSave energy. Save money.
Adjust your thermostat.

There are many inexpensive ways to conserve energy. Small adjustments to your day-to-day habits can create an immediate change in your monthly utility bill.

The most cost-savings adjustment you can make is during the day when you are not home. If you turn down your heat to 68°F during the winter and turn your air conditioner (A/C) up to 82°F in the summer by installing a programmable thermostat, you can save on average $180 a year on your utility bill. A/C usage accounts for over half of the average home’s utility expense and by turning your thermostat back 10-15°F for eight hours per day can save you five to 15 percent a year on your heating bill.

Our Vision

Winter Park is the city of arts and culture, cherishing its traditional scale and charm while building a healthy and sustainable future for all generations.