OPALCO Energy Savings

Earn Rewards for your energy savings now, and help the Islands stay sustainable for years to come.

Lower My Bill Toolkit

Access OPALCO’s tools for saving energy and money!

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Ready to Go Electric?

Considering going solar? Optional intro: A great local credit card should provide the convenience and peace of mind you need, with the perks and rewards you deserve

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Switch it Up!

Save $$$ when you switch to electricity for heating and transportation!

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Electric Vehicles

Electric Vehicles (EVs) are ideal for use in San Juan County. For a limited time, OPALCO is offering the EV Happy Deal for members purchasing a used EV. Includes smart home charger and installation, tab fees, and sales tax.

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Measure Your Energy Use

The most efficient and cost-effective way to monitor your daily usage and to pay your bill is through our electronic billing tool: SmartHub.

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This Electric Life Blog

More energy savings tips and tricks

  • OPALCO’s EV Happy Deal Makes Happy Drivers

    Island drivers are loving their electric vehicles (EVs) this summer, especially the more than twenty OPALCO members who have purchased a used EV through the EV Happy Deal. Funded by a grant from the Bonneville Environmental Foundation, the EV Happy Deal gives Co-op members a free EV charger (including installation up to $2,500), pays the WA tab fees and sales … Continue reading

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  • Ductless Heat Pumps

    OPALCO members are making the super efficiency switch to Ductless Heat Pumps! Many are utilizing our on-bill financing program to start saving now (no money down) while paying for the project over ten years. These highly efficient systems save homeowners up to 50% on their energy usage for heating – year-round and for the life of the project – up to 20 years. … Continue reading

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  • Doty’s Marketplace Goes Solar!

    Patty Miller moved to Orcas Island in 1971 when her family bought a small seasonal diner and turned it into one of the few year-round restaurants on the island. You knew it as the A-1. One building became two, then three and four: the “compound” has grown and evolved over the years as the needs of the community have changed. … Continue reading

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