A fresh start: Make 2015 a year of savings
Control your home's heating and cooling system from anywhere! While traveling for the holidays, you'll rest assured that your heating system is working properly--and you won't come home to frozen pipes.
Purchase a television with an ENERGY STAR label and use about 30 percent less energy than other models.
Save up to 70 percent on lighting costs and add to your home's ambiance with dimmable CFLs.
Install designer CFLs to give a sculptural effect to your kitchen or bath. You'll also save about 80 percent of the energy used by standards bulbs--and they last about eight times longer.
Power tools with an ENERGY STAR battery charger use 30 percent less energy for each charge.
Save up to $200 a year in energy savings by buying an energy-efficient refrigerator or freezer.
If you're an Otter Tail Power Company customer who lives in Minnesota, we can pick up your old working fridge or freezer for free, and you’ll get a cool $50. Learn more.
A house with poor insulation can leak heat through the roof, walls, and more. It pays to insulate.
If you're an Otter Tail Power Company customer who lives in Minnesota, you may qualify for rebates up to $1,400 per electric account. Learn more.
A solar photovoltaic system uses free renewable energy from the sun to generate electricity. It's great for the environment and your wallet.
The Energy Detective (TED) can help you monitor how your household or business uses energy. You can use the data to better manage your energy use.
The Embertec smart strip senses when your not using your computer and shuts down the computer and accessories to save energy.
Do-it-yourself conservation videos
Standby power consumption table
Tips for saving energy
Tips for buying and using portable space heaters
Do-it-yourself guide to sealing and insulating with ENERGY STAR
Homeowners' guide to energy savings
Federal energy tax incentives
OTPCo Minnesota conservation program
OTPCo South Dakota conservation program
U.S. Small Business Administration energy-efficiency tips
Energy Hog Busters Training Camp
Energy information and activities for teachers