The Army’s RCI Resident Utility Policy is based on the OSD policy to provide incentives to residents to conserve energy. The partnership between the Army and private developers supports this effort by providing incentives to occupants of privatized housing to decrease utility consumption and save energy. To view a brochure that overviews the Army’s RCI Resident Utility Policy, click here.
The Villages at Belvoir’s Utility Conservation Program uses the current consumption method which is similar to many other Army installations. The difference at Fort Belvoir is that we use a $15 threshold to determine whether a payment or refund is due or sent as reflected on your monthly conservation statement. For information on how the military billing program works, click here.
To create your online account where you can view your monthly conservation statements, click here.
Once you create your online account, you can sign up for automatic payments. When you sign up for Auto Pay, not only will your balance be paid on its due date automatically each month, but you will also receive any rebates electronically, rather than waiting for a check in the mail. For more information on how to sign up, click here.
What is Energy Conservation?
Energy conservation usually involves changes in habits and other no-cost actions, such as turning off lights when not in use, reducing hot water heater temperatures, car-pooling and combining shopping trips. It is one of the cheapest, cleanest ways to reduce energy use, energy prices, and pollution, helping to extend our nation’s energy supplies.
Fort Belvoir Conservice Contact Us Information
Conservice Online Account Instructions
Auto Pay Sign Up Information
Military Billing Program Explained
RCI Resident Utility Policy Update- August 2008