ComEd Customers Save by Making Smarter Energy Choices

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Every one of ComEd’s more than 4 million customers could put about $15 toward groceries every week for a year with the money they have saved thanks to the company’s energy efficiency program. That is more than $3 billion total since the program started in 2008. Residential, commercial, and industrial customers have used 27.9 million fewer net megawatt-hours of electricity because of ComEd’s energy efficiency offerings -enough to power 3.1 million average homes for a year. Offerings range from free assessments of homes and businesses to rebates and incentives for buying or investing in products or changing habits that reduce energy consumption. With a full portfolio of offerings, ComEd’s energy efficiency program since 2008 has empowered customers to:

• Buy 114.9 million efficient bulbs.
• Recycle 380,000 appliances, such as fridges and freezers.
• Complete 314,000 energy assessments.
• Receive 420,000 rebates on smart thermostats, appliances, lighting, and more.

To learn how ComEd helps residential customers save, visit For business customers, visit

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