Although the saveONenergy program is winding down, that doesn’t mean that incentives have gone away entirely. Depending on your building size & type, and your company size & type, you can receive incentives on energy audits up to 100% of the audit cost to a maximum of $200,000 per company.
One thing that I have learned over the almost 30 years in this industry is that incentives play an important role to:
- Reduce the load on the grid. It is less expensive to reduce loads than to build the equivalent supply.
- Kick-start projects. Building owners tend not to make decisions based solely on market forces. They often see utility costs as a “fixed cost” instead of a cost that they can manage. Incentives change the way owners think of their utility costs.
The incentives must be applied for before September 30, 2019. We are here if you need help to take advantage of this program before it expires. Contact us and we’ll help you to utilize these available energy audit incentives to help reduce your utility costs.