Get Started on Saving
Understanding your home energy use is a major step toward saving. With our Home Energy Reports, we offer information and tips to help you make informed choices to make your home energy-efficient. Because the more you know, the more you can save. See sample report (PDF, 103 KB).
Track your home's energy use
Review how your energy use changes over time and across seasons. You can also learn how your home’s energy use compares to approximately 100 occupied, nearby homes that are similar in size and have the same type of energy service.
See how you compare
Find out if you're using more or less energy than other homes like yours in your area based on
Home type (apartment, condo, or single-family)
Heating source (gas, electric or both gas and electric)
Note: Vacant homes are excluded.
The comparison is compiled anonymously and not shared with anyone else—only you will know how your use compares to similar homes.
Learn how to save more
In each report, you’ll find personalized tips to help you save money and energy. A variety of tips are provided for you to act based on simple quick fixes, smart purchases, and long-term investments.
FAQ and Help
Read the FAQ and get help with your energy report questions.
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Update your home profile by writing us or calling 1-866-767-6457.
Please write us if you have questions or feedback about our Home Energy Reports program, or call our dedicated contact center at 1-866-767-6457.
SmartMeter™ technology and you
Learn how it can help you control your energy use.
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Understand your electric charges
Learn how your
energy use habits impact your bill.
Get notified by email, text message or phone when your electric use is moving towards a higher-cost tier.
Learn more about Energy Alerts
What is a kilowatt hour?
One kilowatt hour equals the use of 1,000 watts of energy for one hour. A kilowatt hour is the measure of electrical energy commonly used for electricity billing. For example, a 100-watt bulb operated for 1000 hours would consume 100 kilowatt hours (100 watts x 1000 hours = 100 kWh).
What is a lumen?
A lumen is a measure of total light output.
What is a Btu?
A British thermal unit (Btu) is a common unit of energy. Its formal definition is the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of one pound of water by one degree.