Discovery and Education:
In dealing with every client and project, IoT Energy will invest sufficient time to understand your business’s needs, operations, and short/long term objectives.
Some Aspects We Consider:
- Energy Cost Reduction
- Maintenance Cost Reduction
- Aesthetic Concerns
- Occupant Comfort and Safety
- Environmental Issues and Concerns
- Custom enterprise analytical solution
- Business intelligence and strategic software designed for sustainability along with the organization’s specific needs.
Project specific, each client is provided with a three-phase analysis covering –
(1) technical, (2) financial and (3) environmental.
IoT Energy by way of Enlighted Inc, provides an Energy Manager platform that compiles in-depth daylight harvesting analyses, photometric assessments, temperature, vacancy analyses and BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) for beaconing, couponing, real-time asset tracking and more.
Warranties and Service Contracts:
IoT Energy facilitates rebates for clients by managing all aspects necessary to achieve the highest utility and state rebates available to the customer. We will also provide advice for obtaining tax incentives and will assist in completing required paperwork. IoT Energy also works with various third-party providers to finance your projects to your needs. Our Enlighted products issue a three-year warranty. IoT Energy’s Lighting manufacturers typically warranty components for 5 to 10 years.
Our products are currently:
- Design Lights Consortium (DLC) approved
- Listed by Underwriters Laboratories (UL) approved
- Energy Star Certified
Utility and State Rebate Programs
With over 600 installations on our resume and six years of experience in supporting the structure and implementation of various state and utility rebate programs, IoT Energy is ready to assist your company with your specific energy and financial needs. We have participated in the following programs.
1. Government, Non-Profit, and Small Business Facilities PSE&G Direct Install Program
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 energy equipment upgrades including:
- Lighting Retrofits (including sensors and controls)
- Site-specific custom projects
Overall PSE&G will cover 70% of the cost, leaving facilities with only 30% of the expense of the project. This 30% portion is added directly to your PSE&G bill, and can be paid back over three years at 0% interest.
2. New Jersey Smart Start Building Program
The New Jersey SmartStart Building program provides financial incentives for new construction, existing building renovations, and site-specific equipment upgrades. The assessments and proposals are at no cost to the customer, and IoT energy consultants will assist through pre-approval and application stages involved with participating in this program
3. Direct Install Program for New Jersey Clean Energy
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. Eligible equipment upgrades include
- Natural Gas
- Variable Frequency Drives
Project Installations typically take 90 days from the initial energy assessment to installation completion.
4. New York Con Ed Small Business Direct Installation Program
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- Ed program IoT energy will provide a no-cost energy efficiency assessment. Business owners will receive a proposal on how to save energy with more efficient lighting and refrigeration equipment. IoT Energy will detail the financials and how much Con-Edison will contribute towards the project.
Energy efficient upgrades that qualify are
- Energy-saving lighting
- Refrigeration equipment
Eligible facilities have an average peak monthly electric demand of 300 kW or less.
5. 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 program.
- 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, not covered under a 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.
REBATE AMOUNTS (subject to change per year)
- Lighting: $15- $250 per unit
- Daylight sensors: $50
- Water Cooled Chillers: $15/ton
- Variable Displacement: $60 per HP
- Variable Speed Drive: $95 per HP
- Refrigerated Dryers: $6 per CFM
- Storage Tanks: $2-$3 per gallon
- Cool Roof: $0.20 per square foot
- Room Air Conditioners: $200 per ton
- Ductless Mini-Split AC: $600
- Air Cooled AC: $400
- Geothermal Heat Pumps: $1,500 per ton
- Ductless Mini-split Heat Pumps: $600 per ton
- Commercial Kitchen Equipment: $30-$750
- Variable Frequency Drivers: $800- $6,000 (based on HP)
- Custom: Varies Widely
- New Construction: Slightly varied from existing building incentives
6. 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. Eligible customers will receive different recommendations that demonstrate how your business could lower energy use and save money by upgrading to energy-efficient equipment. Incentives will cover up to 50% of the cost to upgrade.
● Examples of typical energy-efficient upgrades include:
1) Lighting – interior/exterior
– High-performance lighting
– Induction and LED lighting
– Occupancy sensors
– Heating/ventilation/air conditioning
– Energy-efficient equipment upgrades
– Programmable thermostats
– Energy management systems
– Anti-condensation door heater controls
– Evaporator fan controls
– Night covers
– Electronically commutated motors
– Energy-efficient kitchen equipment
– Natural gas-saving equipment
– Spray nozzles
– Programmable thermostats
– Pipe and duct insulation
– Energy management systems
– Indoor boiler-reset controls
– Heating equipment
– Water heating equipment
– Kitchen equipment
– Infrared space heaters
– Envelope measures
– Other improvements
– Air compressors
– Variable frequency drives
– Premium-efficiency motors
– Custom measures