Energy Tip
ENERGY TIP

Although your double-hung single-pane windows with interior storms are certainly not the most energy efficient available, it would not be cost-effective to replace them from an energy savings perspective alone. As an example, for a two-foot by four-foot window this would equate to $8 in annual savings. If you compare that to the $400 or higher cost for that window, you are looking at a multiple decades payback period. So try using our weatherazation tips to help lower costs.

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Despite being a small utility, Waverly Light and Power was the first municipal utility in the Midwest to own and operate wind generation. We continue to believe wind and solar energy is an advantage for our customers because it provides clean energy and price stability.

Who to Call
Green Power Choice
Help build Green Power and protect your environment. It’s easy to make a difference...
Capturing the Wind
Capturing the Wind
Since the early 1990's Waverly Light and Power has captured the wind to create electricity...
Soybean Based Transformer Oil
Soybean Based Transformer Oil
The Evolution of Soybean Based Transformer Oil at Waverly Light and Power...
Harnessing the Sun
Harnessing the Sun 
The sun can translate into savings for Waverly Light and Power customers...
Carbon Footprint
Carbon Footprint
Waverly Light and Power wants its customers to be aware of their own emissions and be conscious of how they are each individually affecting the environment.
Climage Change

Climate Change
Waverly Light and Power is aware and concerned about the ongoing climate changes.

Recycling
Recycling
Using recycled materials conserves energy, saves natural resources, and reduces pollution.
Recycling
Sustainable Energy Principles
Waverly Light and Power is committed to progressive action that improves air quality and demonstrates concern for the environment.