We've seen a noticeable spike in interest by owners and managers by NE Ohio’s industrial clients considering LED to illuminate their manufacturing and office spaces.
After two years of waiting and no rebate incentive for improving energy efficiency, FirstEnergy has again instituted a rebate program for building owners and managers of commercial & industrial properties.
If you are a manufacturing company or have an industrial warehouse and installed 6 lamp T8 fluorescent high bay fixtures between 2006 and 2014, there is a simple option to have your existing fixtures
Want to upgrade your offices, manufacturing plant or industrial warehouse to energy efficient LED lighting, but don’t know where to start? Are you ready to reduce your monthly electric bill? Here are
Utility rebates seem to come and go. In NE Ohio AEP Ohio Power currently has a rebate. It’s uncertain whether it will be renewed for 2017. The PUCO and FirstEnergy serving Cleveland and Akron are still undecided as to whether they’ll have a lighting incentive program for 2017. Our Texas division’s clients are very fortunate, as Houston, Dallas, Austin and San Antonio all have lucrative lighting rebates available for their customers.
Converting to energy efficient lighting is the best way to save on energy costs and reduce operating expenses. Think about it, if you haven’t invested in LED lighting, you’re paying a premium for your old, inefficient light fixtures through higher utility costs, yet not realizing the benefits LED lighting provides.
When customers consider capital expenditure projects aimed at reducing energy consumption, utility rebate programs can play an important role in getting those projects approved. Rebates help to shorten the payback period and improve the return-on-investment.
ROI Energy was named as a top-performing solution provider by AEP Ohio. Learn about how our lighting retrofits help both our customers and the environment.
Now is the time to ACT! Most building owners and property managers have been thinking about LED lighting, but dragging their feet…… I am sure you can relate, since this falls in the “important but not urgent category”. Well if you wait much longer, you can say “goodbye to the IRS tax incentive” which expires on December 31, 2016.
Reason #1: I won’t upgrade unless it’s at least a 2 year paybackResponse: A two year payback is a 50% return on your money invested. Do you get that in the stock market, CDs, money market, real