Dayton, Ohio - February 24, 2016 - The Dayton Power and Light Company (DP&L), a subsidiary of The AES Corporation (NYSE: AES), is making it easy for its residential customers to Be a Savings Champion when it comes to energy costs. DP&L will mail an Energy Savings Kit - at no cost - directly to customers' homes.
DP&L's limited offer runs through March, or while supplies last. The free energy savings kit, with an estimated value of $30, includes:
CFL light bulb - Uses ¼ the energy of incandescent bulbs; lasts up to 10 times as long; saves up to $30 over lifetime of bulb
- LED light bulb - Uses 1/10 the energy of incandescent bulbs; lasts up to 25 years; saves up to $130 over lifetime of bulb
- Efficient showerhead - Saves up to $30 per year with massaging water stream
- Kitchen faucet aerator - Saves up to $30 a year; reduces waste by directing flow where needed with 360 swivel
- Bathroom faucet aerator - Reduces water consumption; saves about $7 per year, depending on water usage
Installing all the energy efficient equipment in the kit could save a household up to $90 per year on energy costs. Savings are highest in homes with electric hot water heaters.
Sign up for an energy savings kit and start saving today at dpandl.com/kit. Simply use your current DP&L account number, listed at the top of your DP&L bill.
Each household is limited to one kit. Multi-family homes or landlords may be eligible for more than one kit. If you are a landlord, contact DP&L.
"Water heating is the third highest user of energy in the home, behind heating and cooling costs," said Director of Operations Tom Tatham. "Our free energy savings kit will help our customer save on both water heating and lighting costs. Switching to CFL or LED bulbs is one of the simplest ways to save energy in your home."
The Energy Savings Kit is part of DP&L's ongoing Energy Efficiency programs for customers that provide discounts for energy efficient light bulbs at participating local retailers and rebates for installing higher efficiency heating and air conditioning systems.
See more energy efficiency measures at www.dpandl.com/save.