The City of Walnut Creek is proud to introduce Walnut Creek Saves, a new community program designed to save residents energy and water and lower monthly bills. Walnut Creek Saves is offered as a part of the City’s efforts to address climate change and reach sustainability goals.
Walnut Creek Saves is a free program available to all residents, homeowners or renters, which offers the following benefits: free home consultations where residents learn how to save energy, water and money and free access to an online energy saving account called EnergyCenter to encourage continued savings after the consultations.
Furthermore, this program helps build a stronger local economy by creating discretionary income which is spent locally and by offering training and paid internships in energy efficiency to local high school students.
The home consultations are geared towards showing the exact changes the resident can make to have a more energy efficient home while receiving free efficiency products to jump-start the savings right away (like LED bulbs and low-flow devices). The program is not a sales call but rather a home visit to help residents save energy and water through habit changes and small upgrades. You can sign up today by visiting www.WalnutCreekSaves.org or by calling 1-800-314-5997.