Bright Energy Solutions

Success Stories - click on the headlines to read more about each of these success stories!

Pembina County Memorial Hospital Receives Rebates

Pembina County Memorial Hospital recently completed a project that involved energy efficiency upgrades to the lighting in their facility. The hospital was able to apply for rebates from Cavalier Municipal Utilities. CMU provided $8,860 in rebates to the hospital.

Reuter Dentistry receives rebate from Wadena Electric and Water

Wadena Electric and Water presented Reuter Family Dentistry a check in the amount of $2,411 as part of the Bright Energy Solutions rebate program.

Wellness Center Benefits from Bright Energy Solutions Rebates

Wadena (Minn.) Electric and Water awarded Maslowski Wellness Center with an incentive of $37,372 for the energy-efficiency measures installed and influenced by the program engineers and design team.

Using less electricity at Park View Center pays off

CentraCare Health Melrose received $5,200 from Melrose Public Utilities for energy savings it implemented throughout the center. CentraCare Health earned the incentives by participating in the Bright Energy Solutions® program, which encourages energy-efficient choices for utility customers by offering cash incentives for equipment that uses less electricity.

Local businesses recognized for energy efficiency

Three local entities have been honored by the Iowa Association of Municipal Utilities for their exceptional energy efficiency efforts. Northwestern College, MOC-Floyd Valley Community Schools, and Orange City Health System were among only 10 municipal utility customers throughout the state receiving Customer Recognition Awards at the IAMU Energy Conference in Des Moines earlier this month. Bryan Gerritson, Orange City director of public works, accepted plaques on the customers’ behalf.