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Posted on: February 8, 2024 | Last Modified on: February 8, 2024

Sioux Center Utilities Partner with Businesses for Rebates

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Local electric, plumbing and heating services have worked with Sioux Center Municipal Utilities to connect local residential and business customers with more than $40,000 in rebates.

Sioux Center Municipal Utilities offers rebates for energy-saving appliances and technology to residents and businesses whose power is supplied by Sioux Center Municipal Utilities.

B & B Plumbing & Heating, Ten-Kredit Electric, and Walstra Plumbing & Heating made a significant impact by connecting their customers with these rebates in the 2022-23 year. B & B Plumbing helped customers get paid a total of $24,190 in rebates, Ten-Kredit connected customers with $16,406 in rebates, and Walstra Plumbing & Heating brought customers $2,725 in rebates. For business customers, these rebates included improvements such as efficient lighting. For residential customers, these rebates included updates such as furnaces, smart thermostats and air conditioners. 

“We would like to thank these businesses for working with our utilities on this,” said Sioux Center Building Official Joel Gonzalez. “By applying for these rebates, they are going the extra mile to capture significant savings in energy – which is good for the customers and good for Sioux Center in the long run.”

These rebates are incentives designed to help customers of member utilities and their utilities reduce electric energy costs and operate more efficiently. Sioux Center Municipal Utilities is able to offer these Bright Energy Solutions rebates through partnership with wholesale energy provider Missouri River Energy Services. In the last year, this rebate program impact represented 279.41 kW savings for Sioux Center utility customers.

Information on available rebates for homes and businesses is online at

Sioux Center Municipal Utilities provides power to more than 2,681 customers and is one of 61 members of wholesale power provider Missouri River Energy Services. 

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