What Are Rebates?
Government and public agencies offer cash-back programs to reduce the cost of your energy efficient products and help you achieve energy savings goals. These rebates can be as much as 75% of your cost in some locations. Rebate programs are first-come, first-served, and vary greatly by location and program administrator. EDSS researches these programs and opportunities in your area for eligibility and files all the paperwork for you.
Whether you’re planning to install energy efficient/renewable systems in your building or already have, EDSS will identify incentives for your project type and location. Get EDSS involved early to ensure rebate success and to manage pre-installation approvals that may be required
Types of Rebates
Rebates are offered in two forms--Prescriptive and Custom. Prescriptive Rebates are issued for pre-qualified products, whereas Custom Rebates evaluate overall energy savings.
The EPAct §179D TAX DEDUCTION allows eligible commercial buildings which were constructed or renovated that meet the 50% energy efficiency standard to achieve $1.80 per square foot under the Bipartisan Budget Act . Partial deductions can also be achieved separately through lighting, HVAC and Building Envelope components.
ENERGY STAR enables you to identify, prioritize, and verify opportunities for saving resources. The addition of waste and water tracking provides your energy team a more complete picture from which they can make recommendations and improvements to shrink your operating expenditures further. The tools display usage information in gas, electric, waste and water in multiple views to enhance understanding display changes in usage month to month. EDSS can analyze your usage trends, reach actionable conclusions that can shrink your energy expenditures without significant capital investment, and assist in obtaining national recognition for your business and energy efficient facility.
December, 2016 | Whitmore Lake, MI- Retailers, Restaurants, and Franchisees often look at their front of house when evaluating upgrades as this is their face to their customers. “However, they’re missing a lot of savings from a maintenance-free back of house,” said David Ely, EDSS’s CEO. Replacing lighting in their back of house to LEDs can provide lower maintenance costs as LEDs have a longer life, lower operational costs, and a cleaner aesthetic for their employees.
November, 2017 | Whitmore Lake, MI- Coming back from presenting at LED Specifier Summit in Chicago, IL, EDSS is gearing up for Chain Store Age’s 53rd Annual SPECS conference set for March 12-14th, 2017. Advisory Board Member and EDSS COO, Sonja Berry, attended the October planning session to discuss the upcoming show’s agenda and educational sessions. Ms. Berry is one of 45 industry executives from leading retail companies and key supplier organizations that make up the SPECS advisory board.
Whitmore Lake, MI | October 17, 2016-- Following EDSS’s international expansion and growth nationwide, EDSS has expanded the project management department to greater serve our clients both domestically and abroad. EDSS’s project management team works hand-in-hand with our contractors and engineers to provide our clients with turnkey holistic lighting and energy solutions.
A woman-owned business located in Michigan, EDSS leads the way in commercial lighting and energy efficiency applications.
EDSS’s expert team of engineers, architects, lighting designers, and incentive specialists deliver a custom-made solution that provides your business with an enhanced appearance, improved bottom line, and reduced energy consumption and carbon footprint.
EDSS solutions serve businesses throughout the United States including factories, retailers, warehouses, office buildings, arenas, restaurants, hotels, hospitals, and other commercial industries.
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