Now that you're ready to save money and earn rewards with *Program Name*, here are a few tips to help you get the most out of the program.
Every time you log in, you'll see how much electricity you've consumed this month and if you're on track to beat the target we set for you.
By analyzing your previous usage, understanding your home, and forecasting the weather, we've created a target that you can beat (use less energy than) if you make simple changes this month.
Using less electricity than your target is one way to earn reward points.
That's right, you can get great rewards like Amazon Gift Cards and smart thermostats by redeeming the points you earn from *Program name*.
The more you lower your actual usage compared to your target usage, the more points you earn for the month.
You can also earn points by logging in daily, signing up for notifications, and engaging with the Energy Handbook.
The *Energy Program's Name* Energy Handbook is your guide to becoming more energy efficient. Earn points by answering questions, setting reminders, completing upgrades, and reading articles – all designed to help you save. As you earn points, you can level up and you'll earn even more points for every action you complete so you can earn great rewards even faster.
By taking advantage of the tips in the Energy Handbook, you'll be able to see your energy bills shrink.
With *Program Name* you now have the ability to see your electricity usage on a daily and hourly basis.
With the Energy Sandbox, you can see how your projected energy costs will change if you make certain changes to your energy habits.
Another way to earn great rewards is by participating in weekly competitions against other *Program Name* users.
Register for the competition at any time during the week.
The winner is the user that reduces their energy consumption the most, relative to their previous week's usage.
The Real Time Rewards feature rewards or penalizes users for consuming electricity during certain time periods. During positive (green) point hours, users earn that hour's point rate for every kWh consumed. During negative (red) point hours, users lose that hour's point rate for every kWh consumed.
Check in daily to know what the point schedule is for that day and plan accordingly.