Energy Conservation Kit Program from FirstEnergy’s Pennsylvania Utilities

FirstEnergy’s Pennsylvania utilities have contracted with Power Direct Energy to administer this program. Power Direct Energy maintains this site and its content. To request a kit over the phone, call 888-304-1623.

Residential customers of Met-Ed and Penelec are now eligible to receive an energy conservation kit. There is no fee to receive this kit. The kit includes one specialty 3-way LED light bulb, seven standard LED light bulbs in various wattages, a furnace filter whistle and three LED night lights.** Click here to learn more about the cost of this kit.

Customers of Penn Power and West Penn Power can obtain a similar kit by completing the Home Energy Analyzer survey, available at

To receive your kit, please complete the fields below. If you received an email or postcard, you can use the nine digit invitation code to enroll. If you do not have an invitation code, you will need to provide your 12 digit account number, which can be found on the upper right hand corner of your electric bill.

Invitation Code: *
or Account #: *   (do not include any dashes or spaces)
Contact Name: *
First Last
Email Address:  
Confirm Email:
Phone Number: *
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ZIP Code: *
Water Heating Fuel: *
  Non-electric water heating fuel includes natural gas, oil, propane, wood and other. Heating Fuel: *   Non-electric heating fuel includes natural gas, oil, propane, wood and other.
Referral Source: *

Shipping Information

The kit may be shipped to your mailing address (where your bill is sent), service address (the location where you receive your electricity) or an alternate address. Please select where you would like the kit to be shipped. Note that the kit can only be shipped to addresses in the state of Pennsylvania.

**One Energy Conservation Kit per residential account.

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