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SRP Offers Free Energy Savings Kits to Limited-Income Customers in Multifamily Communities

Eligible Apartment Communities Can Apply through SRP’s Multifamily Solutions Program

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Salt River Project’s Multifamily Solutions Program is designed to help multifamily communities become more energy efficient. The local, not-for-profit utility is now offering eligible, income-qualified multifamily communities free ‘Energy Savings Kits’ for its residents.

Each Energy Savings Kit includes:

  • Four ENERGY STAR® certified LED bulbs
  • One LED night light
  • Tips to help residents lower their energy use and costs

Multifamily community managers can apply online at srpnet.com/orderkits. SRP will ship the kits directly to the property for each community manager to distribute to its residents. To provide contactless delivery, the free items are packaged in individual boxes that will be left at the residents’ doorstep for self-installation.

For customers who reside in single-family homes or multifamily communities with four units or less, they are eligible for SRP’s free Home Energy Assessment program, which includes $250 worth of energy-saving products as part of the personalized, virtual home-energy assessment. To learn more, visit srpnet.com/hea.

To  sign up or learn more, call (602) 236-3065 or email multifamily@srpnet.com. Community managers can contact their SRP Strategic Energy Manager, which can be located on the monthly bill.

Eligibility requirements:
Be a current SRP electric customer.Own or manage an income-qualified multifamily property.
Complete an online application at

Editor Note:
To set up an interview with a participating multifamily community, contact Kathleen Mascareñas at Kathleen.mascarenas@srpnet.com or (602) 236-2585.

About SRP

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.