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How is TRES connected to my local utility?
On January 1, 2003, the Public Utilities Commission of Texas (PUCT began to pay incentives to qualified contractors for a wide variety of projects that improve the energy efficiency of residential, commercial and industrial customers. TRES has contracted with a number of utilities in Texas to provide energy efficiency services to residential customers, especially those who live in mobile/manufactured homes. TRES technicians are specially trained to test and seal the ductwork in mobile/manufactured homes at no cost to the homeowner or resident, and depending on each specific contract, may provide additional services as well.

Currently, TRES has contracts with the following utilities to test and seal ductwork:

  • AEP Texas Central Company
  • AEP Texas North Company
  • CenterPoint Energy
  • Entergy
  • TXU Electric Delivery Company
  • Xcel Energy
What's the catch?
If it sounds too good to be true, it probably isn't, right? This time, there isn't a catch. The federal government through the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) requires that energy producers give credits to energy purchasers to be used as "public purposes funding" for energy conservation and/or to create new energy sources. The Public Utilities Commission of Texas (PUCT) requires your local utility to provide energy conservation measures and to do so in a variety of ways. They can contribute to creating new energy sources like windmill farms or fuel cells, or, they can assist the consumer directly by providing compact florescent light bulbs, rebates for Energy Star appliances or other energy saving measures, like duct testing and sealing.

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