Folsom personalized incentives

total potential incentives/rebates $41,095

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Savings category Action Amount
TRANSPORTATION Car Dealers $7500
ENERGY Appliances & Repair $20
ENERGY Plumbing $840
ENERGY Plumbing $25
ENERGY $7100
ENERGY Appliances & Repair $20
ENERGY Appliances & Repair $840
ENERGY Water Heater $4295
TRANSPORTATION Electrician $7100
ENERGY Pool & Hot Tub Service $200

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Folsom, PA, is a small, residential community in Ridley Township, Delaware County. Known for its family-friendly vibe, Folsom proudly features the historic Ridley Area Little League, a staple since 1943. With a population of approximately 8,000, it’s a tight-knit suburb of Philadelphia, offering a suburban feel with access to urban amenities. Notably, it houses several well-maintained parks and schools, making it a desirable locale for families. The area also boasts a rich history tied to the early Quaker settlers and has evolved into a diverse and welcoming community.

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Folsom, PA, has been focusing on improving energy efficiency through various initiatives. As a part of the statewide efforts, local businesses and households are encouraged to participate in energy-saving programs. The community has adopted energy-efficient LED street lighting, reducing energy consumption and lowering municipal energy costs. Solar panel installations have gained traction, supported by Pennsylvania's net metering policy, allowing residents to receive credit for excess energy generated. The local government has also been proactive in providing information on energy audits, enabling residents to identify areas for improvement in home energy use. Grants and tax incentives are available for energy-efficient appliances and home improvements, fostering a culture of sustainability. The introduction of smart grids and advanced metering infrastructure aims to optimize electricity distribution and enable real-time energy management. The community's commitment to reducing its carbon footprint is further evidenced by educational campaigns promoting energy conservation and efficiency.

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Water efficiency in Folsom, PA, has been a priority, with initiatives aimed at conserving this vital resource and ensuring its quality. Upgraded infrastructure in the water distribution system has reduced leaks and water loss. The township promotes the use of rain barrels and rain gardens through educational programs and subsidies, helping to manage stormwater and reduce runoff. Water-efficient landscaping practices have also been encouraged through incentives, minimizing the need for irrigation. The local government has implemented regulations to protect waterways from pollution and has worked to restore local streams, improving the aquatic ecosystem. Residents have access to rebates for installing water-efficient fixtures and appliances. Programs educating on water conservation both in schools and the wider community have helped spread awareness of the importance of saving water. The township's efforts in managing water efficiently have contributed to a sustainable water supply for its residents and the environment.

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In Folsom, PA, transportation efficiency has progressed with initiatives focused on reducing congestion and greenhouse gas emissions. Public transportation has been enhanced with more frequent service on key routes and the introduction of cleaner, more fuel-efficient buses. The promotion of carpooling, with incentives such as preferred parking for carpool vehicles, has been put in place to decrease the number of single-occupancy vehicles on the road. The township has also invested in infrastructure for electric vehicles, including public charging stations, supported by state tax credits for EV purchases. Improved cycling and pedestrian pathways have encouraged residents to opt for more active, non-motorized forms of transportation. Additionally, local businesses are encouraged to participate in telecommuting programs, reducing the need for employee commuting. The adoption of a 'Complete Streets' policy ensures that roadways are designed to accommodate all users, including cyclists, pedestrians, and transit vehicles, promoting a shift towards more sustainable transportation options.

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Waste management in Folsom, PA, emphasizes recycling and reduction of waste heading to landfills. The community has implemented a comprehensive curbside recycling program that accepts a wide variety of materials, encouraging residents to participate actively. The township has also introduced a yard waste collection service, which has significantly diverted organic waste from landfill, converting it into useful compost. In collaboration with the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, Folsom runs hazardous waste collection events to safely dispose of items like batteries, electronics, and chemicals. Local businesses have been recognized for their efforts in minimizing waste through the adoption of sustainable practices, supported by tax incentives for waste reduction strategies. Public education campaigns are ongoing, focusing on the importance of reducing, reusing, and recycling. Additionally, the community is exploring waste-to-energy technologies as a way to manage waste more efficiently and sustainably.