SRP Customers Can Win Smart Thermostats by Guessing How Long it Takes Giant Ice Cube to Melt
There's a cool way customers can win a new smart thermostat, get free LED lightbulbs and learn to save on energy bills
with SRP's “Summer of Savings.” 1,500 LED lightbulbs and 100 smart thermostats will be given away this summer.
Customers who participate in the “Summer of Savings” campaign – either online or in person – will also be eligible to win a grand prize ENERGY STAR® appliance package valued at $5,000, which includes a Whirlpool front-loading washing machine and dryer, a Frigidaire dishwasher and a 55-inch 4K LG TV, including free installation courtesy of Mesa TV & Appliance.
Ways to win: LED bulbs, smart thermostats and entry codes for the grand prize will be given away at SRP events, which can be found at srpnet.com/summer-savings.
Get energy-efficiency tips and join the online scavenger hunt by finding hidden entry codes at savewithsrp.com.
LED bulbs and smart thermostat winners will be announced weekly. The more entry codes customers earn, the more chances they have to win.
WHEN / WHERE:
Here’s how customers can participate in the giant ice cube contest:
Saturday, Sept. 7
AZ Coyotes Fan Fest
Gila River Arena
SRP brings the ice to the ice.
Saturday, Sept. 21
Queen Creek Founders’ Day Festival
To win a smart thermostat, customers must guess how long it will take for the giant ice cube to melt.
The Sumer of Savings program runs through Sept. 23.
The grand prize winner will be selected at random on Sept. 30.
During the summer months, air conditioners can account for 50 percent or more of an SRP customer’s total utility bill.
Smart thermostats increase an A/C unit’s efficiency. LED bulbs use five times less energy and last up to 15 times longer than traditional incandescents. By switching the five most-used bulbs in a home, customers can save up to $75 per year. For more deals, visit srpmarketplace.com.
SRP is a community-based, not-for-profit public power utility and the largest provider of electricity in the greater Phoenix metropolitan area, serving more than 1 million customers. SRP also is the metropolitan area’s largest supplier of water, delivering about 800,000 acre-feet annually to municipal, urban and agricultural water users.