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Changing a life with a lifetime of energy savings

Energy upgrades will save this homeowner money and create a more comfortable home.

Working with the DCSEU, Katina Jordan will save over $4,200 across the lifetime of the new equipment installed in her home.
"My level of home comfort has increased 110%, and I’ve already started seeing energy savings. This means the world to me because now I can save money on my bills. I’m really thankful for the DCSEU."
Katina Jordan, homeowner
Project Description
In the spring of 2014, homeowner Katina Jordan received the efficiency measures she had been waiting for through the DCSEU’s Income Qualified Services initiative: air sealing, a high-efficiency furnace, and an efficient water heater. She also received new windows, a new door, carbon monoxide detectors, a new rear door, repairs to her front door threshold, and a new gas-powered clothes dryer. 

Katina’s home improvements will provide energy cost savings of $4,200 across the lifetime of these installations, and will also add comfort to her home. These improvements have inspired behavior changes that save energy, too. Katina reports taking shorter showers, being more diligent about switching off lights and television sets, and leaving her thermostat in “sleep” mode when she is not at home.


Mark Your Calendar

DCSEU Small Business Workshop

May 01, 2017 - May 01, 2017
DCSEU Offices
12:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.
80 M Street SE, Suite 310
Washington, DC 20003

The DCSEU, the Institute for Market Transformation, and Green Impact Campaign will present information on the energy efficiency and renewable energy services available to District-based businesses and the DCSEU will offer rebate application assistance following the presentations. For more information, contact Leigh Harrold at lharrold@dcseu.com or 202-479-2222 x4855.
DC Sustainable Energy Utility
80 M Street SE, Suite 310, Washington, DC 20003 E info@dcseu.com
P 202-479-2222 F 202-450-1552 Toll-Free: 855-MY-DCSEU (855-693-2738)
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