A Word from Our CEO
Enter to win the $50,000 Energy Efficiency Makeover
Increasing the comfort of your home and lowering your utility bills could be just a click away as Arkter ansas electric cooperative members are eligible to win the 2013 Electric Cooperatives of Arkansas $50,000 Energy Efficiency Makeover Contest.
The 2013 contest marks the fifth year of the successful energy efficiency education program. While only one member wins the overall contest all members are able to learn about energy efficiency and methods to help them live more comfortably, while reducing their electricity bills.
To enter, contestants must complete an entry form, answer questions about their residence, submit a photograph of their home and be a cooperative member in good standing. The deadline for entries is July 15. Entrants must reside in Arkansas, be a member of a participating Arkansas electric cooperative and own and occupy an all-electric home.
In addition to the grand prize winner, 16 runner-ups will receive an Energy Star approved GE GeoSpring Hybrid Electric Water Heater.
Over the next few weeks Makeover 2013, will be promoted via television, radio, newspapers, social media and Arkansas Living in an effort to reach the cooperatives’ nearly 500,000 members. Applications can be obtained at http://www.smartenergytips.org or by visiting a local electric cooperative office.
To view photos, videos and information from previous Energy Efficiency Home Makeovers, go to: http://www.aecc.com/energy_efficiency_makeover.shtml.
The project’s major sponsors include: Harry G. Barr/WeatherBarr Windows of Fort Smith; General Electric Appliance and Water Heating divisions; Rood Heating and Air of Russellville; Water Furnace International Geothermal; and BPSi Foam Insulation.
Although this contest is a statewide campaign, Craighead Electric works each day with our members to provide energy-efficiency education, tips and information. Visit www.smartenergytips.org for your energy-efficiency resource tool kit.
Good luck and let us know if we can assist you.
Brian Duncan, CEO
Craighead Electric Cooperative