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Federal Energy Saving Programs

Inflation Reduction Act Incentives

Do you know the different ways the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) can help you save on home improvements and lower your energy costs? Signed into law in August 2022, the IRA has various energy tax credits that are currently available and consumer home energy rebate programs are expected to become available in late 2023.

To learn more about the current tax credits and future rebates, click on the guidebook and use the calculator below to see which incentives are available to you.

Inflation Reduction Act Savings Calculator

Inflation Reduction Act Guidebook

Understand My Energy Usage

My Account

My Account is an easy-to-use online portal and mobile app for Chugach members. You can review your monthly, hourly and 15-minute usage, and track billing and payment history. You can also sign up for outage and usage notifications, as well as explore additional member tools within the portal and mobile app. For more information, click here.

High Usage Notifications

You can sign up for usage notifications within the My Account member portal. Select your usage threshold and select if you’d like to be notified via email or text (SMS). To register or sign into My Account, click here.

Energy Saving Resources

Energy Saver Tips for Alaska (Residential)

To view the Energy Saver Tips For Alaska handbook, click here.

Introduction to Energy Efficiency (Commercial Facilities)

To view the Introduction to Energy Efficiency for Public and Commercial Facilities, click here.

Ways to Save Checklist

To view the Home Energy Checklist, click here.

Programs and Tools

Beneficial Electrification Incentives

Chugach offers a variety of beneficial electrification incentive programs to its members. Click here to learn more!

Kill-A-Watt EZ Meter Program

Chugach members may borrow a Kill-A-Watt meter for up to two weeks to monitor the power consumption of their home appliances and devices. Any home electrical device, using a standard 120 volt plug, can be used with the Kill-A-Watt meter to determine the actual and projected cost of the device on an hourly, daily, weekly, monthly, or yearly basis.

These easy-to-use devices help inform both kids and adults how much appliances and devices add to their electric bill. They are also great for understanding vampire or phantom load, the devices that still draw electricity even when they are "off": TVs, DVRs, stereos, and more.

To borrow a Kill-A-Watt meter stop by our office today.

CFL Recycling Program

Bring your unbroken compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) to the Chugach lobby and we’ll properly recycle them for you. Note: Chugach does not take tube-type fluorescent lamps.

Home Energy Adventure

Take the Home Energy Adventure and learn how energy efficient your home is. Click here to start your adventure.

Test Your Energy Efficiency Knowledge

How is your energy efficiency IQ? Click here to take a short quiz and find out.

Questions? Need more information?

Contact an Energy Specialist at (907) 762-4494, or send an e-mail to