Business

Put Our Incentives to Work

Your savings, our rebates—how’s that for a business proposition? We’ve spent years supporting companies like yours during energy-efficiency upgrades and giving them the funds to make them happen. Complete and submit your application to get started. If you have any questions along the way, contact your Energy Advisor for help.

Choose Your Rebates

Rebates for Retrofits

Are you ready to take your business’s energy efficiency to the next level? We can help. Here are the forms you’ll need to get it done.

Rebates for New Construction

Before you break ground, contact your local energy cooperative to maximize your rebates. Our energy engineers will meet with you personally and help plan your new construction to ensure you’ll qualify for all the rebates you deserve. Here’s how to do it right.

Retrofits

If you’re updating an existing building or facility, you may qualify for energy efficiency rebates. For many common projects, we have a pre-formulated list of prescriptive rebates that may fit your needs. But if those programs don’t quite fit your project, it’s not the end of the road: Check out our custom rebate process.

Prescriptive Rebates

Follow the guidelines of a ready-made prescriptive program to earn incentives. Use these forms to get started. (On all applications, please include your NAICS* code if available. These codes are not required for applications, but help us improve operations.)

This form must be filled out and submitted with all applicable worksheets in order to be considered for a rebate.

For lighting projects only. This worksheet tells us what equipment you’ve installed. To qualify for a rebate, this must be submitted with the general application above.

For non-lighting projects only. This worksheet tells us what equipment you’ve installed. To qualify for a rebate, this must be submitted with the general application above.

Ready to submit? Click here.

Custom Rebates

Not all energy-saving upgrades fit neatly into a pre-set category. That doesn’t mean rebates and incentives aren’t available. If our existing programs don’t quite seem to fit your needs, we can help you create one that does. Complete these forms to get started. Once we receive your application, we will review the project for approval. (On all applications, please include your NAICS* code if available. These codes are not required for applications, but help us improve operations.)

This form must be filled out and submitted with all applicable worksheets in order to be considered for a rebate.

  • Custom Rebate
    This worksheet tells us about your project. To be considered for a rebate, it must be submitted with the general application above.

Ready to submit? Click here.

New Construction

If you have a new building or facility under construction, you may qualify for energy efficiency rebates. We offer incentives to help your business save on energy for years to come, including rebates for:

  • Unitary HVAC
  • Air-cooled unitary packaged AC and split systems
  • Air-source heat pumps
  • Ground-source heat pumps
  • Packaged terminal heat pumps
  • Lighting
  • Occupancy sensors
  • Refrigeration

And those are just a few to get you started. We’re always happy to evaluate any idea for saving energy, even if it’s not on a list. Some of the best ideas for innovations come from members just like you.

Ready to get started? You’ll want to review our C&I Program Application Booklet first to get familiar with how the program works. Then, complete the Project Information Form. And if you have questions along the way, we’re here to help

 

Deadlines and Online Submissions

We’ll accept applications for projects completed in 2019 until 2/28/20.

*A Note on NAICS The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) is a standard used by the Census Bureau to classify businesses. We collect this information to identify the types of businesses we serve, in order to improve our operations. To find your NAICS code, please visit the Census Bureau website and enter your industry keyword in the search bar provided.