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At PECO, safety is our top priority. As part of our commitment to safety, we’re continuing to monitor developments related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and taking appropriate precautions to protect the health and safety of our employees, contractors and customers. During pre- or post-inspections, our engineers will maintain social distancing protocols, reduce surface contact by requesting all doors be opened prior to the visit and ensure that both the engineer and any other occupants wear proper PPE. Find the latest updates on PECO's social distancing practices.

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Stop wasting energy and money today!

PECO can help you evaluate your energy use and advise you on improving efficiency.


With your complimentary energy report, we can help you identify energy-saving opportunities. Your report includes:

  • Your business’s energy usage—measured in intervals
  • Insight on your energy use compared with your hours of operation
  • An analysis of how weather changes impact your energy use
  • Recommendations on improvements, energy savings and financial incentives for making eligible upgrades

Plus, PECO offers more ways to help your business save. With instant discounts on LED lighting and financial incentives on a variety of other energy-saving upgrades, we make it easy for businesses of all sizes to increase energy efficiency and decrease costs.

Businesses like yours have already been saving, why aren't you?

Want to learn more about how PECO can help your business start saving energy and money? Please complete the information below.

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Your chance to lock in financial incentives won’t be here for long.


Don’t miss your chance to maximize savings by May 15, 2021.
Complete the form on this page today.

On one sheet of paper, you can see an entire year’s worth of energy use—24/7. We saw some patterns that made sense and some that didn’t, so we knew what to look into. It’s a really good tool that any facilities manager would find useful. 

—Bill Anderko, Jr.
Assistant Director of Facilities for Planning,
Project Management and Utilities
Haverford College