Understanding Your Energy Profile Score

Why an Energy Profile Score? What does it mean to me?

Electrifying means more than just replacing outdated appliances with cleaner, more efficient, all-electric systems: It involves taking a broad approach so that the transition to clean energy is as cost-effective and energy efficient as possible.

Taking a broad approach means considering an array of clean energy and energy efficiency products and services. Not everyone starts their electrification journey at the same place. Your location, age of your home, and age of appliances are some of factors that can impact your energy profile score before getting started.

By asking some basic questions about your home and appliances, we can get a general idea of your starting point and make a prioritized list of recommendations you can take to continue your electrification journey.

▼ Calculate Your Energy Profile Score

Heat Pump<br>Heating & Cooling

Heat Pump Heating & Cooling

+25

Heat Pump<br>Water Heating

Heat Pump Hot Water Heater

+20

EV Charging Station

EV Charging Station

+20

Battery Storage

Solar
Energy

+15

Energy Audit

Energy
Audit

+5

Heat Pump<br>Heating & Cooling

Battery

+5

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Induction
Cooking

+5

Heat Pump<br>Clothes Dryer

Heat Pump Clothes Dryer

+5

Yes, some energy efficient appliances and systems can help us save more money and emissions and save more on our bills so we give them a higher score.

Heat Pump<br>Water Heating
EV Charging Station
Solar Energy

The big three

The 'Big Three' of electrification technologies are heat pumps (air/water), electric vehicles, and solar energy. Focusing on just those things could save you $2,000-3,000 per year on electricity and gasoline and reduce CO2 emissions by up to 80%!

That’s why we give these systems a higher score in our energy profile. The rest are the little things we can do now that can make a big difference towards perfecting our electrification journey.

These technologies, systems, and scores will evolve over time and are not the only ways we can electrify and save money. Other things like smart thermostats, electric garden equipment, and e-bikes are just a few more examples of how we reduce our carbon footprint.

Industrial Air Conditioning Technician. HVAC Cooling System Repair
A couple is in the process of selecting a heat pump for their first home - symbolizing a new start - eco-conscious choice - and investment in future comfort.

the time is now

As more information becomes available, and with the help of data learning tools, your energy profile will get more sophisticated to take into consideration all the ways we can improve our lives through electrification.

This is why electrifying our homes is so exciting. All the technologies and systems needed already exist, they outperform legacy systems, save money and are better for the planet. Federal, local, and utility incentives are available to help make the transition more cost-effective. Electrify programs like the ones on the Let’s Go Electric platform help bring it all together to make the journey to electrification as smooth and easy as possible. There has never been a better time to make the switch to a clean, renewable, and energy efficient future by electrifying our homes and businesses.

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