Rebate Program FAQ
Energy Saving Rebate Program
Frequently Asked Questions
The lighting rebate program is primarily open to nonresidential, electric and energy consumers, dependent upon your electricity supplier or local utility company. Before starting a project, check your rate schedule to confirm your business’s eligibility. Energy providers typically provide your company’s rate schedule on your monthly bill.
With decades of collective and modern experience in the lighting industry, our lighting experts have hands-on experience managing and coordinating a majority of the moving parts involved in executing this program. Over the years, we have partnered with dozens of industry-leading light manufacturers in the United States to source the most common products required to satisfy the specific perks and incentives of these rebate programs.
We offer our this assistance at no-cost to you, so there’s virtually zero risk in partnering with us. Contact us today to learn more about how we deliver our promises with predictable outcomes.
Currently we’re partnered with BGE, Delmarva Power, Georgia Power, and PSE. We are looking to expand into additional markets. Contact us today to see if we can accommodate your area.
Not always. Engineering studies are often not required for measures for which predetermined incentive levels have been set (for example, HVAC systems, kitchen equipment and lighting and controls). However, custom measures do require the calculation of estimated project costs and energy usage before submitting an application for preapproval. This is exactly we at Lighting and Supplies can help with by calling (888) 325-4448.
Some utility companies will pay 50% of the engineering costs that can be up to $20,000. Once we learn more about your unique energy-saving objectives, we will help you find the specific financial assistance your company is eligible for.
Typically, you are not required to use a specific contractor to install energy-efficient equipment at your facility. You’re free to select your own contractor or use in-house staff – we also have many electricians and contractors available if you require assistance with sourcing these certified professionals. This policy may vary by state, so please contact your local utility company or call us today for further guidance at: (888) 325-4448.
No. Utility companies do not provide any financial assistance for these programs.
No; however, the typical grant plus the program incentive summation cannot exceed the cost of the energy efficiency improvement.
Benefits vary by state, but there are Federal & State tax incentives available for migrating to energy-efficient. To see if you qualify, refer to Energy Star’s (https://www.energystar.gov/about/federal_tax_credits#:~:text=Federal%20Income%20Tax%20Credits%20and,%2C%20through%20December%2031%2C%202020.&text=The%20tax%20credits%20for%20residential,available%20through%20December%2031%2C%202021) guidance, or partner with your financial representative for additional clarity. You may also want to visit the Database of State Incentives for Renewables & Efficiency website (DSIRE) for the latest state and federal incentives and rebates.