DOE Energy Savers
The US Department of Energy's Energy Savers page offers information ways to save energy from Energy Star Appliance rebates; construction, design and remodeling; and landscaping; to choosing the right light, insulation, or water heater.  » read more

EPA Green Homes
The Environmental Protection Agency has created a new Web site to assist homeowners, buyers, and renters in finding and maintaining a green home. The Green Homes site, epa.gov/greenhomes, goes room by room to pinpoint places where residents can reduce energy waste through efficient energy and water usage, renewable energy, green home building materials and household products, and recycling from home construction and household activities. For those in the market to buy or build a home, the site also gives advice on how to select the most environmentally friendly location.  » read more

Green Power Switch®
TVA and participating local public power companies, working with input from the environmental community, have created a program called Green Power Switch® to produce electricity from renewable sources and add it to the Tennessee Valley's power mix. » read more

Energy Right® Homes
The Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), and Lawrenceburg Utility Systems are partners in programs that encourage energy efficiency in the home. These programs are good not only for our consumers, but they are important to TVA in helping to meet demands for electric power and goals in environment stewardship.

The energy right® programs are tools whereby we can serve the needs of the consumers through greater control of the customer's utility bills and improving the comfort of their homes. » read more


Federal Tax Credits for Energy Efficiency
Federal tax credits for energy efficiency are available for purchases such as:
  • Windows and Doors
  • Insulation
  • Roofs (Metal and Asphalt)
  • HVAC
  • Water Heaters (non-solar)
» read more at the EnergyStar.gov website