Easy Cool Rewards Program
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Introducing the Easy Cool Rewards Program — you can help ease peak demand for electricity on the hottest summer days.
Participants in this new program will receive a professionally-installed Honeywell programmable thermostat (a $250 value) that can help you reduce your heating and cooling costs by up to 15 percent*.
Who is eligible?
Residential customers of Ohio Edison, The Illuminating Company, and Toledo Edison (FirstEnergy’s utilities) service areas with a central air conditioner unit in good working condition can participate in the program. Window and wall air conditioners do not qualify for the program.
To enroll or find out more, call 1-888-243-0992
- Costs of this program are recovered through residential rates in accordance with Ohio Senate Bill 221 as amended by Ohio Senate Bill 310. There are no additional fees to participate.
- You must be a FirstEnergy utility customer and your eligible HVAC equipment must be installed in Ohio Edison, Illuminating Company, or Toledo Edison service areas. FirstEnergy’s utilities reserve the right to inspect and qualify all units for operating condition and program participation. Room air conditioners do not qualify for the program.
- By participating in this program, Customer agrees to allow the local utility (The Cleveland Electric Illuminating Company, Ohio Edison Company, or The Toledo Edison Company) to take ownership of the Energy Efficiency resource credits associated with the measures generated through this program. Your local utility may at its sole discretion then aggregate your credits with other similarly situated customers and bid the credits into the PJM market through an auction. Any proceeds from any such bids accepted by PJM will be used to offset the costs charged to the utility’s customers for compliance with state mandated energy efficiency and/or peak demand requirements.
- * Source: energystar.gov