WH Will Test Dual Fuel Systems October 29 and 31.

WH will switch its summer Energy-Saving Program to winter load management on October 1.

Posted by Jeph Novak on September 24, 2020

WH will switch its summer Energy-Saving Program to winter load management on October 1. Instead of air conditioning, Dual Fuel heating will be managed during times of peak energy demand. To ensure backup heating systems turn on during periods of load management, two tests will be completed during the month of October. The tests apply only to members who are already signed up for Dual Fuel.

The tests will take place between 6 - 9 p.m. on October 29 and October 31. Testing will be done by WH and there is nothing members need to do.

Also, if you’re one of many Minnesotans who head south for the winter and are on one of WH’s Off-Peak metered programs, please know that turning off any breaker may disconnect your energy-saving meter. If this happens, you will be charged the regular rate instead of the discounted energy-saving rate, as the meter will be unable to record the energy-saving usage. If you are heading south for the winter, please have a licensed electrician review your system’s wiring before turning off your breaker.

Call WH at (763) 477-3000 if you have questions or concerns.


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