(WICHITA, Kan.) — Westar Energy customers who own a house 10 years or older can now assess its energy efficiency through a new HomeAudit pilot program. For just $100, homeowners can have a professional $300 audit performed that will provide them with a customized Energy Conservation Plan.
Participants are eligible to receive a $100 rebate on the cost of the audit if they provide receipts showing they implemented at least $100 in improvements recommended in the Energy Conservation Plan.
To participate, Westar Energy customers must:
• Own a single-family home that is 10 years old or older (Mobile homes and apartments are
not eligible to participate.)
• Have 12 months of continuous electric service at the home being audited
• Be a Kansas resident
• Not have participated in the Efficiency Kansas program, Westar’s SimpleSavings programor the Kansas Weatherization Assistance Program
• Have a home with two or fewer heating and cooling systems• Agree to pay a $100 co-pay directly to the auditor at the time the audit is performed