Starting with furnace inspections completed after Oct. 1, 2017, our customers will only be eligible to receive the furnace maintenance rebate every other year.
You can earn up to $200 in rebates by completing a home energy assessment.
You can earn rebates by completing a home energy assessment
Need information on where you can save energy and money? Conduct a free home energy audit.
Whether it’s low-cost ideas like changing a furnace filter or no-cost suggestions like changing an old habit, our energy advisors provide free evaluations to qualified customers. Both owners and renters may apply. Want a more comprehensive evaluation? Check out our Level 2(test-in) and Level 3 (test-in and test-out) evaluations with reduced fees for testing.
Discover where your home is using energy inefficiently and what you can do to eliminate wasted energy.
If you’re one of our residential customers, we’re now offering you a rebate on Energy Star LED bulbs.
Take advantage of a residential audit delivered by trained professional.
This program promotes on-site energy evaluations with the aim of providing recommendations to residential customers, who purchase electricity and/or natural gas, about ways you can reduce energy co
Have you received an energy evaluation lately? If so, we would love to hear your feedback. Complete this short survey.
We offer our small-commercial customers an energy evaluation to review energy consumption and direct install measures.
Black Hills Energy is offering our small commercial customers a comprehensive energy evaluation to review energy consumption and identify the characteristics, condition and performance of the facility's energy systems.
A new heating or cooling system is a big investment, so make sure it's performing properly by asking for a SAVE (System Adjustment & Verified Efficiency)
Because home maintenance can be costly, we offer low-interest financing for high-efficiency heating equipment.
This program is for commercial customers with an average electric demand use of 350 kilowatts or less per year.
We have programs for non-profits, low-income, kids and many more to assist in becoming more energy efficient.
We offer multifamily landlords an on-site evaluation of common areas by an energy professional, for a modest co-pay.
We've gathered some additional resources that we think might also be helpful.
Our Trade Allies can find information and forms here to help them.