Simply put, the demand for energy from utility companies is inefficient, erratic and time-sensitive. That sometimes makes it not very profitable to pump out electricity to their power hungry customers. Lighting makes up 17% of commercial energy usage in the United States, so it’s worth it for utility companies to incentivize you for using more efficient forms of lighting. If you can prove to them that you’re using energy-efficient LED lighting, you may well get a handy rebate to offset the cost of converting to commercial LED products.
What’s the catch? Well it can be a little bit time consuming and maybe even complicated to apply and receive your LED lighting energy rebate.In general however, there are two types of rebates:
The good news? We’re here to help with the pesky rebate stuff. It’s our job (and mission) to make the process of retrofitting commercial LED lighting as simple as possible, including sorting out energy rebates. If you’d like to see how we can help, give us a message and we’d be happy to give you some free advice.