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Small business rebates that are filled to the brim with savings

Cut energy costs and become more energy efficient with SRP rebates for smart thermostats, high-efficiency HVAC motors, LED lighting upgrades and more.

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    Inefficient lighting and cooling can make up a significant portion of your electric costs. SRP makes it easy and affordable to upgrade to energy-efficient equipment. Upgraded lighting alone can save the average business hundreds on energy costs, and the average payback period is less than a year.

    If you are a small business customer, you can request a small business assessment.

    What can I get rebates for?

    SRP business customers can receive a no-cost energy assessment ($125 value) and discounts that cover a majority of the costs for new energy-efficient equipment, including:

    Smart thermostats

    Receive up to $300 toward an eligible smart thermostat upgrade for your small business. Smart thermostats can automatically adjust temperature settings based on the time of day and day of week, using significantly less energy. This can help you save up to 15% a year in heating and cooling costs.

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    Lighting upgrades

    Enjoy improved comfort, less maintenance and bright savings by upgrading to efficient lighting technologies, including LED fixtures and lamps (ENERGY STAR® or DesignLight™ Consortium approved); LED exit signs; and wall, ceiling-mounted and integrated occupancy sensors, vacancy sensors and daylighting controls. These simple LED upgrades can help your business save 50% on lighting costs.

    HVAC equipment and maintenance

    Maintenance activities include a holistic HVAC Tune-up of your system. This means cleaning the condenser coil and reviewing outdoor air, schedules, set points, and refrigerant charge.

    Check out the Small Business Solutions program fact sheetDocument is a PDF. For eligible price plans, expenses, limitations, exclusions and other program requirements, refer to the program manualDocument is a PDF.

    Savings are based on the typical costs to upgrade and can differ based on product selection and vendor.

    Do I qualify?

    If you're on the E-32, E-34, E-36, E-47 or E-48 price plan and use less than 300,000 kilowatt-hours a year across all accounts, you're eligible under one of the following two tiers:

    Tier 1: A total energy consumption, across all accounts, of < 145,000 kWh over the last 12 monthly billing cycles

    Tier 2: A total energy consumption, across all accounts, between 145,000 and 300,000 kWh over the last 12 monthly billing cycles

    Your facility must also meet the following criteria:

    • Has been occupied by the same account holder for a full 12 months
    • Facilities that are less than four years old
    • Facilities where lighting system upgrades have been completed within the last 4 years or if the customer has received a coil cleaning rebate within the last 3 years
    • Leased or rented facilities submitted without owner approval

    If you do not meet these criteria, you may still qualify for lighting rebates through SRP's standard rebate program.

    How to get the rebate

    Ready to improve your business and lock in your rebate? You're just a few simple steps away. If you have questions, call us at (602) 236-3054(602) 236-3054 or email us at savewithsrpbiz@srpnet.com.

    1. Create an SRP Rebate Center account Open new site.. You will need to have your SRP account number, billing ZIP code and a valid email address.
    2. Select a Small Business Solutions Alliance contractorOpen new site. who will coordinate with approved customers to schedule an audit of the facility's lighting system.
    3. Review the no-cost assessment results, which will identify your discounted price and estimated savings.
    4. Contract with the Small Business Solutions Alliance contractor for the purchase and installation of qualified lighting equipment or HVAC measures at the discounted price.

    Small Business Solutions Alliance contractors

    As a convenience to customers, SRP provides a list of contractorsOpen new site., distributors, manufacturers and other organizations who may assist customers with SRP programs. Alliance Participants are independent contractors with respect to the program, and Alliance Participants are not authorized to make representations or incur obligations on behalf of SRP.