We have a new program for electric thermal storage heating system owners to earn a $250 bill credit and be entered into a contest to win an additional $250 bill credit.  

Owners of electric thermal storage heating systems already know the exceptional reliability and longevity these heaters offer. It is common to find ETS heaters that have faithfully served their purpose for more than two decades. However, technology has made remarkable strides over the last couple of decades. Replacing and upgrading an aging ETS heater can result in significant cost savings and enhanced performance.  

As a token of our appreciation for our valued ETS member-owners, we are making a special offer exclusively to ETS owners. ETS member-owners who exchange their old ETS heater for a new upgraded model will receive a $250 credit.  

You may also be able to finance up to 100% of the project’s costs for zero or low interest. This is not a buy-now-pay-later program. Your interest rate will stay the same for the life of your loan. You pay for these improvements as a line item on your electric bill! 

But that’s not all – if you happen to own the oldest ETS unit among our member-owners, there’s an exciting opportunity for you to earn an additional $250 bill credit! We’re on a mission to uncover the oldest ETS heater in our community, and if you’re the member who signs-up to swap out the oldest unit for a modern one before the year’s end, you’ll not only enjoy the benefits of a new and efficient heater but also receive an extra $250 bill credit. This bonus credit will be applied to your bill due in February of 2024, giving you even more reasons to upgrade today. 

Please note that terms and conditions apply, and we encourage you to reach out to our dedicated Energy Services Team for full details on this fantastic offer. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to save money, improve your heating system, and possibly win an additional bill credit.

Call 800-279-SIEA (7432) and ask for the Energy Services Department, email energyservices@siea.com, or visit siea.com/ets