resident energy conservation program
The Resident Energy Conservation Program is the result of Department of Defense initiative that is being implemented in all Public-Private Venture family housing units aboard all Marine Corps installations. The RECP supports the Marine Corps energy strategy by encouraging energy conservation and reducing electricity costs.
RECP’s goal is to promote good stewardship of our resources and environment through awareness, personal responsibility and education. In an effort to encourage energy conservation, Base housing residents receive monthly utility consumption statements so they are fully informed about their energy usage.
Residents within +/- 10% of the average usage for their type of home will have no cost impact. Residents using less energy than the +/- 10% average will be rewarded with cash/credit. Residents using more energy than the +/- 10% average will be billed for excess energy use.
Each family can influence their own destiny.
Savings generated by the RECP will be reinvested into PPV housing to improve homes, playgrounds, community centers and quality of life for Service Members and their families.
Effective 1 April 2020 RECP suspended Due to DoD Guidance
For more information on the RECP please go to http://lincolnrecp.com/