Take the My Energy Kit Challenge

Use your FREE Energy Kit to save energy in your home

Kilowatt Kitchen and The E-Team, in-school programs from Duke Energy, have a goal to save 10 million kilowatt-hours of energy during the 2017-18 school year. To reach this goal, families at participating schools can request a FREE Energy Kit to save energy in their homes. Every unique request for the FREE Energy Kit helps your school win cash rewards ranging from $250-$2,500, and gives each family a chance to win $1,000.

Take the My Energy Kit Challenge! Request your kit, help your school, and do your part to save energy.

Sign up here for your FREE Energy Kit!
En Español ¡Regístrese aquí para recibir su kit Energy! (Uno por hogar)

Required fields marked with an asterisk (*)

Parent/Guardian Name
First* Last*
Please enter your home address.
Apt #
PO Box #
City* State* ZIP*

Which grades do you have children in?*  
Are you a Duke Energy customer?*
Duke Energy customers receive the full Energy Kit. Non-Duke Energy customers can receive a partial kit.
If you have your Duke Energy account number, please enter it below.
If you don’t have your account number or are not a Duke Energy customer, please enter six zeros.

CFL 1 How many Energy Efficient bulbs (CFLs and or LEDs) do you have installed in your home?*  EE Lightbulbs
CFLs use 75% less energy than regular bulbs! LEDs have potential savings of $206 or 1,825 kWh over a 22 year lifetime!

Thermostat Temperature 2 What temperature is your thermostat most likely to be set at:*

In the winter? °F
In the summer? °F
Stay cool and save energy by running ceiling fans in the summer.

Room 3 Where are most of the heating and cooling vents located in your home?* Properly seal ducts in unused rooms to reduce wasted energy.

Window 4 Do you notice uneven temperatures between the different rooms in your house?* Properly installed insulation can help keep room temperatures even.

Heater 5 What type of fuel do you use to heat your home?*  Save on your heating bills by lowering your thermostat and wearing an extra layer of clothing in the winter.

Window 6 In the winter, do you experience drafts of cold air in your home?*  Use weatherstripping tape to seal off air leaks around windows and doors.
By submitting this request, I verify that I am 18 years or older and the guardian and/or account holder making this request.