Wabash Valley Power respects the privacy of its customers and all visitors to its Web site. We voluntarily comply with and support the Online Privacy Principles and Guidelines of the U.S. Direct Marketing Association (www.the-dma.org). The association also adheres to The DMA Privacy Promise to the American Consumer.

The information provided by visitors to our site is not sold, transferred or traded to any third party for unsolicited marketing purposes. However, we may share some of this information with other organizations that are a part of Wabash Valley Power.

The Wabash Valley Power Web site contains links to various other Web sites. Please be aware that these other sites may have privacy policies that differ from ours. Wabash Valley Power assumes no responsibility for the content that appears on linked sites, or your privacy once you link to other sites.

We collect only the domain name, not the e-mail addresses of visitors to our Web pages. The information is reviewed in aggregate to determine what pages visitors access and ways we might make the site more user-friendly. The information we collect is used for internal review and is then discarded. Some portions of this Web site use cookies to store visitors’ preferences.

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If you feel that this site is not following its stated information policy, you may contact us at the above address or phone number, or you may contact the DMA’s Committee on Ethical Business Practices at mgoldberger@the-dma.org

Wabash Valley Power postal address:
PO Box 24700
Indianapolis, IN 46224

Wabash Valley Power street address:
722 N. High School Road
Indianapolis, IN 46214

Wabash Valley Power telephone number:
317-481-2800
Our fax number is: 317-243-6416

Blog

  • Energy Saving Tip #343

    End water (heating) torture.

    Leaky faucets can draw hot water, which you’re paying to heat. Fix dripping faucets as soon as you can.

  • Energy Saving Tip #397

    Charge, pull, repeat.

    There is no 110% battery power, so save energy by pulling the plug on chargers as soon as your devices hit 100%.

  • Energy Saving Tip #331

    Dive into the laundry deep end.

    When you dry loads back to back, your dryer stays warmer and you save on the energy it otherwise would draw to heat up from room temperature. If you have the time, a clothesline dries without drawing a kilowatt.

  • Energy Saving Tip #429

    A full freezer doesn’t just mean dinner’s at hand.

    The more space in your fridge or freezer, the more air you’re paying to cool. A well-stocked unit holds the cold better than an empty one.

  • Energy Saving Tip #199

    Clean coils mean efficient fridges.

    Do dust bunnies collect behind your refrigerator? Clean those coils to help your fridge function better.

  • Energy Saving Tip #177

    Leaf no savings opportunities behind.

    Planting trees on the side of your home that gets the most sun helps keep your house cool by blocking the hot, hot rays. Just be sure to watch out for power lines!

  • Energy Saving Tip #225

    Institute an open-door policy.

    Keep exterior doors shut, but leaving inside doors open helps air flow more freely and your air conditioner work more efficiently.

  • Energy Saving Tip #440

    Turn back—for savings to come.

    Ceiling fans make your air conditioner’s work easier when they spin counter-clockwise. Make sure yours are moving in the, ahem, right direction before temps go up.

  • Energy Saving Tip #452

    Is your oven lying to you?

    Very few ovens run true to the temperature on the dial. The small cost of an oven thermometer could save you lots of money and energy—and dry pot roasts. 

  • Energy Saving Tip #239

    Where there’s lint, there may be fire.

    A blocked dryer vent is a fire hazard at worst and an energy suck at best. Keep your vent clear to keep your dryer working efficiently.