Take the My Energy Kit Challenge

Use your FREE Energy Kit to save energy in your home

Showdown at Resource Ranch, The Resource Force and What's Your Goal?, in-school programs from Duke Energy, have a goal to save 10 million kilowatt-hours of energy during the 2018-19 school year. To reach this goal, families at participating schools can request a FREE Energy Kit to save energy in their homes. Every unique request for the FREE Energy Kit helps your school win cash rewards ranging from $250-$2,500, and gives each family a chance to win $1,000.

Take the My Energy Kit Challenge! Request your kit, help your school, and do your part to save energy.

Request your FREE Energy Kit!
En Español ¡Regístrese aquí para recibir su kit Energy! (Uno por hogar)

Required fields marked with an asterisk (*)

Parent/Guardian Name
First* Last*
Please enter your home address.
Apt #
PO Box #
City* State* Zip*

Please select your child's grade level. (Select all that apply)*  

Are you a Duke Energy customer?*
Kits are available for eligible Duke Energy residential account holders. If you are not a Duke Energy residential customer, or are a gas-only customer residing in Ohio, you will not be eligible to receive a kit – however, your sign-up will still be credited to your school and count toward the school reward contest.
If you have your Duke Energy account number, please enter it below.
If you don’t have your account number or are not a Duke Energy customer, please enter six zeros.

Duke Energy provides one FREE kit per household every 36 months for eligible Duke Energy account holders. If you are not a Duke Energy Customer, your kit request will be counted toward your school rewards.

By submitting this request, I verify that I am 18 years or older and the guardian and/or account holder making this request.
Energy Efficiency - The Facts

LED Bulbs
LED bulbs use up to 90% less energy than incandescent lightbulbs and last at least 15 times longer. The 9-watt LED bulbs in the kit have a lifespan of 25,000 hours.


Energy-Efficient Showerhead
Standard showerheads use 3.8 gallons of water per minute (GPM), but ours use just 1.5 GPM, without sacrificing water pressure. Your water heater will conserve energy, too!


Faucet Aerators
Most faucets pour out about 2.2 gallons per minute (GPM) or more. The aerators in the kit help your faucets use less water by injecting air into the stream. The kitchen aerator uses 1.5 GPM, and the bathroom aerator uses 1 GPM.

Want even more energy-saving info?
Visit duke-energy.com to learn more about this program and read up on energy-saving tips.