Shelby personalized incentives

total potential incentives/rebates $45,285

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Savings category Action Amount
TRANSPORTATION Car Dealers $7500
ENERGY Appliances & Repair $75
ENERGY Plumbing $840
ENERGY Plumbing $200
ENERGY Electrician $895
ENERGY Door and Window $30
ENERGY $7100
ENERGY Appliances & Repair $75
ENERGY Appliances & Repair $840
ENERGY Water Heater $3750
TRANSPORTATION Electrician $7100
ENERGY Pool & Hot Tub Service $475

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Shelby, MI, a small village in Oceana County, is known for its rich agriculture, with apples as a notable crop. Founded in 1866, it has a population of around 2,000. Shelby celebrates its heritage with the annual Apple & BBQ Festival. The community is proud of its local schools and the Shelby-Benona Fire Department, reflecting a strong sense of local pride and togetherness. Recreationally, the area offers opportunities for fishing and hiking, particularly near Stony Lake and Silver Lake Sand Dunes, making it a draw for outdoor enthusiasts. Shelby provides a quiet, rural lifestyle with a close-knit community spirit.

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In Shelby, MI, the community has embraced initiatives for energy efficiency with the implementation of LED street lighting, reducing municipal energy expenses. Residential programs promote home energy assessments and upgrades, leading to cost savings and reduced carbon footprints. Local businesses have been incentivized to install energy-efficient appliances, lighting, and HVAC systems through utility rebates. Solar energy adoption has been encouraged through subsidies, resulting in a growing number of photovoltaic installations on homes and businesses. The utility companies offer green energy programs allowing consumers to purchase renewable energy credits. Moreover, an increase in energy storage solutions like batteries helps stabilize the grid and maximizes renewable usage.

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Water conservation in Shelby receives high priority, with investments made in modernizing the water infrastructure to prevent leaks and conserve resources. The township enforces strict regulations on industrial discharges to protect water quality. There have been efforts to educate residents on water-saving practices, such as the use of low-flow fixtures and native landscaping that requires less irrigation. Incentive programs provide rebates for water-efficient appliances. Stormwater management practices are in place to reduce runoff and ensure the replenishment of local aquifers. Moreover, the community promotes the protection of local waterways and wetlands through conservation projects.

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Shelby's transportation system has progressively been enhanced to improve efficiency and reduce emissions. Public transportation has seen improvements in scheduling and route optimization, reducing wait times and increasing ridership. The township encourages carpooling and ride-sharing to minimize single-occupancy vehicle use. The local government has invested in bike lanes and pedestrian paths to support non-motorized transportation. An electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure is being developed, with incentives provided for residents and businesses installing EV chargers. The community also supports the use of alternative fuels for municipal vehicles to set an example for sustainable transportation practices.

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Waste management in Shelby has improved with the introduction of comprehensive recycling programs, aiming to decrease landfill use and encourage the 3Rs: reduce, reuse, and recycle. The community has access to curbside recycling services for plastics, glass, paper, and metals. Special hazardous waste collection events are organized to safely dispose of paints, electronics, and batteries. Composting organic waste has been promoted through educational campaigns and the distribution of compost bins. Local ordinances encourage businesses to minimize packaging and participate in recycling programs. Additionally, there's a significant focus on waste-to-energy technologies to convert non-recyclable waste into electricity.