State Rebate Programs

IoT Energy has the resources, knowledge, and experience to support you when it comes to management of your financial concerns. We have participated in the following programs aiming for the development of your state incentives and rebates!

  1. New Jersey Government, Non-Profit, and Small Business Facilities PSE&G Direct Install Program

For the state incentives of New Jersey, the New Jersey PSE&G Direct Install provides a free on-site energy assessment of electric and gas equipment, and a written proposal with recommended equipment upgrades for qualified facilities. PSE&G will pay 100% of the upfront cost for many energy equipment upgrades.

  1. New Jersey Smart Start Building Program

New Jersey offers various state incentives. As such, this program provides financial incentives for new construction, existing building renovations, and site-specific equipment upgrades. The assessments and proposals are available at no cost to the customer, and IoT energy consultants will assist you through pre-approval and application stages involved with participating in this program.

  1. Direct Install Program for New Jersey Clean Energy

Another one for New Jersey’s state incentives, the New Jersey Direct Install program will cover 70% of the cost to upgrade existing small to midsize businesses equipment to energy. The program provides a free energy assessment for buildings using less than annual 200 KwH. Project installations are typically completed within 90 days from the initial energy assessment.

  1. New Jersey Clean Energy Smart Start Buildings

New Jersy’s SmartStart Buildings program evaluates on a prescriptive measure for lighting; refrigeration; and heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) equipment; among other technologies. Customers select material from a pre-qualified list of energy-efficiency measures and receive the particular incentive. If your project doesn’t fall within the prescriptive category, it may be considered a custom solution.

  1. New York Con-Ed Small Business Direct Installation Program

New York also has state incentives. Con Edison will pay up to 70% of the cost directly to the contractor. You only pay the difference. No waiting for rebates. Through the NY Con Edison program, IoT energy will provide a no-cost energy efficiency assessment with no commitment required. Business owners will receive a proposal on how to save energy with more efficient lighting and refrigeration equipment. IoT Energy will detail how much the financials how much Con-Edison will contribute towards the project.

  1. Long Island’s PSEG Commercial Efficiency Program

PSEG Long Island provides incentives for its commercial business customers to increase their energy efficiency. Major renovations and new construction projects are eligible for this program.

There are two separate approaches to applying to this state incentive program of Long Island.

The Prescriptive Approach: rebates on a pre-qualified list (refer to the list below) of energy-efficient equipment including lighting, compressed air, kitchen equipment, variable frequency drives, and HVAC equipment.

The Custom Approach provides funding for unique energy-saving measures, which are not covered under the prescriptive approach.

Through this rebate program, IoT energy will provide free energy assessments. IoT Energy will make recommendations for efficiency upgrades, and outline calculations for rebates and ROI’s.

  1. Connecticut Small Business Energy Advantage Program

Many small commercial and industrial businesses throughout Connecticut do not have the time, financial resources or experience necessary to assess the details of their energy usage. That’s where IoT Energy and the Connecticut Small Business Energy Advantage Program come in. Through this program IoT Energy will perform a no cost and no-obligation energy audit of your facility. The state incentives of Connecticut will cover up to 50% of the cost to upgrade.

 

For many retailers and manufacturers hoping to boost product sales, consumer rebates can be an effective marketing vehicle.  However, depending on the breadth of a given marketing initiative, state and federal rebate laws, rules and regulations can restrict the manner in which the rebate should be marketed and processed. To get started please contact us for more detailed, project-specific information.

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