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LED Lighting Rebates Save You $$$

Ever wonder why utility companies would pay you to save money on energy? In Wisconsin, much like many other states, the demand for power often exceeds the power supply. When this happens, there are 2 options: (1) build a new power plant or (2) purchase additional power from neighboring regions. Fortunately for you, it costs the utility company about 3 times more to build a new power plant than it does for them to pay for your energy-saving lighting retrofit. These payments for being energy-efficient are called energy rebates.

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Wisconsin LED Rebates: Reduce Upfront Cost & Increase ROI

Taking advantage of these rebates can reduce upfront costs like contractor installation and provide an even better ROI than energy-efficient LEDs on their own. On average, rebates increase a project’s ROI by around 20%. Between the money you will save on upgrading to LEDs and the rebates you could receive for energy-efficient lighting, your monthly savings could drastically improve your bottom line for the foreseeable future. 

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Energy House Handles the Complex Rebate Process for You 

Wisconsin rebates and incentive programs always involve extensive calculations and paperwork. Our energy specialists will handle this process for you and help make sure you’re getting every penny you qualify for. We will also make sure you’re using equipment that qualifies.

Leave it to us! We're the experts in maximizing your rebate and will do all the work for you.

  • We fill out all the paperwork
  • We supply all the documentation
  • We apply for the rebates
  • We also provide an instant rebate through the Focus on Energy program - so you get money back immediately!

With Energy House, getting every penny back into your pocket is easy. Our energy audits are FREE, we take care of the rebate process for you, and our financing plans are flexible to meet your budget and comfort level. Most commercial LED lights and fixtures are in stock to ensure quick installation so you can start saving sooner. Ask for our long list of references to see how many Wisconsin businesses just like yours have benefitted from our energy-saving services from commercial/retail to industrial to parking lot lighting

Contact Energy House USA today and ask about the rebate programs you could qualify for.

Focus On Energy Rebates

 

Lighting Rebates

Through the Focus On Energy program, replacing outdated lighting with qualified lighting systems can be a quick and efficient way toFocus On Energy LED Lighting Rebates (Wisconsin) save energy and money. Focus On Energy provides financial incentives for eligible, energy-efficient technologies such as LED lamp and fixture systems.

At Energy House, we are experts in working with the Focus On Energy program to maximize your rebate. With us, you can receive an instant rebate through Focus On Energy and avoid having to wait for your money. We provide and install eligible equipment, handle the complicated application process, and make it as easy as possible for you along the way.

Insulation & Air Sealing Rebates

Keep your tenants happy, stop ice dams and make your property stand out. Focus On Energy offers cash incentives for insulation and air sealing improvements that add comfort, reduce energy bills, and help you save on maintenance. Check out our Wisconsin attic insulation services for more information on 2021 rebate programs.

Focus On Energy Success Story

Overview

As the new owner of a multifamily property in Appleton, Wisconsin, Blaine knew that improving energy efficiency was a top priority. The property was built in the late 1950s and had yet to receive any major insulation or technology updates.

Blaine contacted a participating Focus on Energy Trade Ally contractor to complete an initial inspection and decided to make much-needed insulation and air sealing improvements with support from Focus Energy.

Approach

Focus on Energy offers cash incentives that help lower the cost of energy-saving updates for multifamily properties. Installing insulation and sealing air leaks can provide a variety of benefits to property owners and tenants, including:

  • Lower turnover rates and greater tenant satisfaction
  • Fewer maintenance issues and associated costs
  • Lower energy bills with reduced heating and cooling costs
  • Improved comfort and healthier indoor air quality
  • Incentives that typically cover about 30% of the project cost

Blaine used a Trade Ally contractor to scope and complete the insulation and air sealing project, and received nearly $3,500 in cash incentives, which covered 35% of the total project costs.

"Focus on Energy's incentives played a huge part in the project. We were able to justify the expense partly through the cash-on-cash return, as well as the increase in value we created in the property." - Blaine, Multifamily Property Owner

 

Results

The upgrades are expected to bring estimated energy costs saving of 16-19%, making the property more profitable, and the difference in comfort for tenants was noticeable right away. Blaine is finding additional benefits as well.

"The boiler itself is running less often because there's less load on it. The boiler is original to the property and if we can get more life out of it or less maintenance due to less run time, we will see benefits we didn't account for in our initial scoping of the payback."

Frequently Asked Questions

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Does Wisconsin have an energy credit?

Yes! Through the Focus On Energy Program, Wisconsin businesses can receive cash incentives toward lowering the cost of energy-saving updates including lighting, insulation, and air sealing.

Who is eligible for Wisconsin energy rebates?

Any Wisconsin business! We handle the complex rebate process for you by filing the paperwork and supplying the proper documentation. Rebates are issued immediately!

How much can you save with rebates?

Rebates and incentives typically cover around 30% of the project cost.