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Energy Savings are just a click away. As your community owned electric utility, we can provide you with the information and rebates you need to start saving energy and money. This tool provides you with information on the most common home energy upgrades.

LED (Light Emitting Diode) light bulbs

LED light bulbs are clearly the superior alternative to incandescent lighting. In addition to being more energy efficient, longer lasting, and safer for you and the environment, they are now more affordable for Roseville Residents. Choose between ENERGY STAR rated standard and flood style lamps pre-rebated at local retailers. See a list of participating retailers.


CFL (Compact Fluorescent Light) bulbs

CFLs are a low cost alternative to incandescent lighting. CFLs last longer than incandescent bulbs and use less energy. Note: these bulbs require proper hazardous waste disposal. More details on CFL lighting.

Outdoor Lighting

Outdoor fixtures that are on for many hours each night can consume a great deal of electricity. ENERGY STAR qualified outdoor fixtures provide exterior illumination efficiently, some with controls that turn the light off when the sun is out.

HVAC (Heating Ventilation Air Condition) / Heat Pump

Heating and Cooling your home can be your largest source of energy use. Replacing your old inefficient HVAC is an investment that will allow you to start saving money and energy.

Rebates for varying levels of efficiency above standard, the higher level you choose the lower your operating cost for the life of the system and higher the rebate you will be eligible for. More information on our available rebates

up to $850

Whole House Fan

Comfort - Open the windows in the cool evening and switch on your system for a breeze that can feel like a 10 degree reduction in your home while it simultaneously rids your attic of the "heat blanket" effect

Energy Savings the next day - By allowing the fan to operate all night and "pre-cool" your house you can keep that expensive air conditioner from turning on until later in the day

up to $400

Room Air Conditioner

Earning the ENERGY STAR means products meet strict energy efficiency guidelines set by the US Environmental Protection Agency. By choosing ENERGY STAR qualified heating and cooling equipment and taking steps to optimize its performance, you can enhance the comfort of your home while saving energy.

Ductless Mini Split

ENERGY STAR certified ductless heating and cooling systems are highly efficient products that deliver warm or cool air directly into different zones in your home, instead of routing it through ducts first. They are an increasingly popular, cost-effective solution to replace inefficient baseboard electric heating and window air conditioners in older homes.

Attic Insulation

Do You Have Enough? No matter what kind of insulation you currently have in your attic, one quick way to determine if you need more is to look across the span of your attic. If your insulation is just level with or below your floor joists (i.e., you can easily see your joists), you should add more. Recommended levels of insulation

Basement & Crawlspace Insulation

Sealing air leaks and adding insulation in the basement are generally considered moderate to difficult do-it-yourself (DIY) projects, but the benefits can be substantial.

Windows, Doors and Skylights

Installing ENERGY STAR certified windows, doors, and skylights lowers energy bills and saves you money. With more efficient windows, you also use less energy, which reduces greenhouse gas emissions from power plants.

Duct Sealing

In houses with forced-air heating and cooling systems, ducts are used to distribute conditioned air throughout the house. In a typical house, however, about 20 to 30 percent of the air that moves through the duct system is lost due to leaks, holes, and poorly connected ducts.

Duct Replacement / Insulation

Properly insulated duct work helps maintain air temperature as it is delivered throughout your home which will increase the efficiency of your HVAC system

Air Sealing

Air that leaks through your home's envelope − the outer walls, windows, doors, and other openings − wastes a lot of energy and increases your utility costs. A well-sealed envelope, coupled with the right amount of insulation, can make a real difference on your utility bills.

Pool Pump

Replacing your single speed pool pump with a variable speed version can create noticeable energy cost savings, leaving your pool just as clean and sparkling as ever.

of $200 to

Sun Screens

Sunscreens are a great way to keep the sun’s heat from entering your home. These screens work to filter out the sun’s rays, helping to keep your home cooler in the warm summer months.

Sunscreens can reduce the heat entering your rooms by more than 60%!

of $1 / sq. ft.

Shade Trees

Roseville Electric has a beautiful way for you to save energy and money. You can save up to 40 percent on summer cooling costs by strategically shading your home with trees.

on hold due
to drought

High Efficiency Washing Machines

Receive up to $75 by replacing your older, non-efficient machine with a new High Efficiency Clothes Washer. Before you buy, view a list of qualifying machines on the Consortium for Energy Efficiency website. Tier 3 machines meet the necessary water factor requirements. Download the High-Efficiency Washing Machine Rebate Application or call 774-5761 for more information. Funding is limited. Rebates are offered on a first-come, first-serve basis.

of $75

Clothes Dryers

ENERGY STAR® certified dryers use 20 percent less energy than conventional models without sacrificing features or performance. Visit the ENERGY STAR website to compare modes.


ENERGY STAR® certified dishwashers use advanced technology to get your dishes clean while using less water and energy. Visit the ENERGY STAR website to compare models.


With an ENERGY STAR certified refrigerator, you can maximize your energy and dollar savings without sacrificing the features you want.

By properly recycling your old refrigerator and replacing it with a new ENERGY STAR certified refrigerator, you can save between $35–$300 on energy costs over its lifetime. Use the ENERGY STAR Savings Calculator to find out exactly how much money you'll save by replacing your existing refrigerator.

coming soon

Refrigerator/ Freezer Recycling

Program Suspended Until Further Notice

To be eligible for the $50 rebate:
• The old refrigerator or freezer must measure between 10 and 27 cubic feet
• The unit must be in working order
• Customers must own the unit(s) being recycled
• Two units per address may be recycled within a 12-month period
• Please allow 6-8 weeks for processing of rebate

of $50

Room Air Conditioner

ENERGY STAR certified room air conditioners: • use about 15% less energy than conventional models, which could mean a savings of about $90 over the lifetime of the unit, on average.
• often include timers for better temperature control, allowing you to use the minimum amount of energy you need to cool your room. Find the right Room Air Conditioner for your home

Find the right Room Air Conditioner for your home

Heat Pump Water Heater

Consider an ENERGY STAR certified heat pump water heater (HPWH) for your next water heater purchase and enjoy big savings, a smart investment and a purchase that protects the environment. Please see the Heat Pump Water Heater fact sheet (PDF, 183 KB) that explains the savings opportunity.

Solar Water Heater

An ENERGY STAR qualified solar water heating system can cut your annual hot water costs in half, and is generally designed for use with an electric or gas back-up water heater. Demonstrate your environmental leadership by voting with your wallet for renewable energy solutions. How it works

Solar Photovoltaic System

Photovoltaic power is a clean source of energy that can help you save money on your electric bills.

Customer-Generators may install systems no larger than 100% of the last 12 months of energy use recorded by the electric meter.

of $0.24 / ACWatt

Electric Vehicle Charger

Plug-in electric vehicles (PEVs) can reduce our dependence on oil, cut carbon emissions and significantly reduce what you spend on fuel.