Trusted Energy Resource
San Isabel Electric Association, Inc. strives to ensure your energy is being used efficiently and effectively. We want to provide high-quality energy products while also limiting the impact on our environment. Please use these resources below to help use energy efficiently as possible.
San Isabel Electric member-owners have more control over energy usage than you might think. Click the energy assessments button to learn how our energy experts can help you take control of your electric usage and help you save money.
Whole house fans can be used to save up to 50-90 percent of A/C-related energy costs by reducing the amount of time and the frequency A/C is used. Click the QuietCool button to learn how you can cool your home for just pennies on the dollar.
If you are thinking about adding renewables like solar or wind to your house or business it’s a big investment for both your finances and the environment. Click here for resources that can aid your decision-making process.
To promote the efficient use of electricity, San Isabel Electric pays cash when you purchase or install certain energy efficient electric waters heaters, appliances, insulation, energy audits and heating equipment. Click the rebates button to learn more about exclusive rebates only for San Isabel Electric member-owners.
San Isabel Electric exclusively offers member-owners a variety of energy-saving heating and cooling products at a reduced cost, that can help reduce your electric usage and save you money. Click the products button to learn more.
Click the Electric Vehicles button to learn about how San Isabel Electric is giving member-owners a chance to experience and learn about electric vehicles, including the cost to own and operate an electric vehicle and rebates and incentives totaling nearly $17,500.
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San Isabel Electric Association, Inc. is not in any way affiliated with any independent solar contractor. Salespeople are blitzing our service territory making false claims about what San Isabel will and won’t do with solar panels. If you are contacted by one of these companies misrepresenting San Isabel, please email us the name of the company, the phone number/means of contact and message they gave you to firstname.lastname@example.org.