Reduce initial investment cost with utility rebates

Many utility companies are actually paying significant rebate dollars to help you reduce the amount of electricity you consume. They do this in order to reduce the overall electricity load on their systems offsetting costly peak demand events and long term investments in additional electricity capacity.

Unfortunately, these programs can be complicated, the rules and processes can vary greatly from region to region. As there are thousands of utility companies nationwide, many with their own unique requirements.

GREEN CREATIVE is here to help. We have established relationships with most major utilities and dedicated expert staff that can help you navigate these programs and secure the most funds for all GREEN CREATIVE products in your area.

We also offer a comprehensive line with a focus on Energy Star, Design Lights Consortium (DLC), and other quality specification compliance, required by many of these utility rebate programs.

Contact our rebate specialists and start saving today!

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General information about the different  types of rebates:

–       Custom rebate:

The rebate amount is based on a set rate paid for the amount of energy reduced. Often called “calculated” or “custom” programs. First, the difference between the energy consumed by the prior lighting system and the energy consumed by the new LED lighting system is determined. This difference is then multiplied by a set incentive rate to determine the total rebate dollars.

For example: $0.10 / kilowatt hr (kWhr)

After filing an application, it will usually require a pre and post installation visit from a program representative to confirm an finalize the total incentive amount and to approve it for payment.

–       Prescriptive rebate:

  • Here the rebate is based on a fixed amount per lamp or per fixture. And it is typically paid to the end user after the purchase is made. For example $10 / LED lamp.
  • These programs often require an application as well as a proof of purchase and installation in order receive the incentive dollars, but are often more streamlined, easier to navigate, and much simpler to estimate the anticipated rebate amounts.

Links to utility company rebates programs by state in Alphabetical order:

ALABAMA

Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)

ARKANSAS

Entergy (AR)

ARIZONA

Arizona Public Services (APS)
Salt River Project (SRP)

CALIFORNIA

Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E)
Southern California Edison (SCE)
Los Angeles Department of Water & Power (LADWP)
Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD)

COLORADO

Xcel Energy (CO)

CONNECTICUT

Energize Connecticut

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

DC Sustainable Energy Utility (DCSEU)

FLORIDA

Tampa Electric
Jacksonville Electric Authority (JEA)

GEORGIA

Georgia Power

ILLINOIS

Ameren (IL)
Commonwealth Edison (CoMed)

INDIANA

Duke Energy (IN)
Iniannapolis Power & Light (IP&L)

IDAHO

Rocky Mountain Power (ID)

IOWA

Mid American (IA)
Alliant Energy

KENTUCKY

Louisville Gas & Electric (LG&E)
Duke (KY)

MASSACHUSETTS

MassSave

MARYLAND

Baltimore Gas & Electric (BG&E)
Potomac Electric Power Company (PEPCO)

MAINE

Efficiency Maine

MICHIGAN

DTE
Consumers Energy

MINNESOTA

Xcel Energy (Distributor – Instant Rebate Program)
Xcel Energy (Prescriptive Program)

MISSOURI

Ameren (MO)

NORTH CAROLINA

Duke Energy (NC)

NEBRASKA

Omaha Public Power District (OPPD)
Lincoln Electric System (LES)

NEW HAMPSHIRE

New Hampshire Saves

NEW JERSEY

New Jersey Clean Energy Program (NJCEP)

NEVADA

Nevada Energy (Southern NV)
Nevada Energy (Northern NV)

NEW YORK

New York State Elecrtic & Gas Corp. (NYSEG)
Rochester Gas & Electric (RG&E)
Public Services Electric & Gas (PSEG) Long Island
Con Edison (ConEd)

OHIO

First Energy OH
Efficiency Smart Ohio
American Electric Power (AEP) – OH
Dayton Power and Light
Duke (OH)

OKLAHOMA

AEP (OK)

ONTARIO

Toronto Hydro

OREGON

Energy Trust of Oregon (ETO)

PENNSYLVANIA

PECO
First Energy PA

NORTH CAROLINA

Duke Energy (SC)

SOUTH DAKOTA

Black Hills Power (Dakotas)

TEXAS

City Public Service (CPS)
Austin Energy
Center Point
Entergy (TX)
Oncor

UTAH

Rocky Mountain Power (UT)

VERMONT

Efficiency Vermont

WASHINGTON

Puget Sound Energy
Seattle City Light

WISCONSIN

Wisconsin Focus on Energy

WYOMING

Rocky Mountain Power (WY)