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Savings tools and resources for businesses

Businesses are always looking for ways to save — whether it’s simple low-cost tips or big-impact investments. Here you’ll find helpful information about rebates and partner organizations that can help boost your bottom line.

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    Save with SRP business rebates

    Boost your bottom line with SRP rebates for all types of facility improvements, including industry-specific projects.

    Customers are subject to a maximum rebate of $450,000 from May 1 through April 30 for all SRP programs, with separate program area caps of $300,000 for Energy Efficiency programs, $300,000 for Business EV programs, and $50,000 for Electric Technology programs. Program or technology-based limits may also be applicable, based on program terms and conditions. SRP reserves the right to determine at their sole discretion the program year to which a rebate is attributed.

    Standard business rebates

    Get up to $300,000 in rebates for common energy-efficient equipment found in commercial settings like lights, HVAC, refrigeration, data centers and more.

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    Business demand response

    This no-cost, no-risk program pays businesses to cut energy consumption during times of high demand. Reducing nonessential lighting or adjusting HVAC settings are just a few savings ideas.

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    Custom energy efficiency rebates

    Design your own efficiency upgrades to match your needs and budget. Other companies have invested in projects like new insulation and roofing, as well as improved compressed air and pumping systems.

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    Small business energy efficiency rebates

    Savings aren’t limited to big companies. SRP offers rebates specific to small businesses — see how much you can save with simple upgrades to thermostats, lighting or HVAC systems.

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    New construction rebates

    Early in the design process of your build, unite key stakeholders — like architects, engineers and building owners — to incorporate energy efficiencies and lower operating costs.

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    Building systems upgrade rebates

    Implement energy efficiency measures (like HVAC controls programming) that could help save up to 15% on energy bills. Most projects are low-cost with a payback of two years or less, based on electricity savings.

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    Electrification rebates

    Get up to $50,000 in rebates for replacing fossil fuel-powered equipment with green alternatives, like electric forklifts, truck charging bays and custom conversion projects.

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    Business EV charger rebate

    Reduce fuel and charging costs for your electric fleet and position your business as environmentally conscious with EV chargers for employees, customers or tenants.

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    Rebates for ENERGY STAR® homebuilders

    Greater Phoenix-area homebuilders can benefit from the trusted ENERGY STAR brand while securing incentives by implementing energy-saving construction details.

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    Ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVGI) rebates

    In response to COVID-19, make your facility safer — and keep your employees and customers healthy — by integrating UVGI disinfection technology into your HVAC system. Receive $30 per ton of HVAC capacity.

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    Multifamily solution rebates

    SRP provides owners and managers of qualifying multifamily properties with free energy-savings kits for residents. Kits include LED lightbulbs and night lights, as well as tips to help each family lower energy use and costs.

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    Smart thermostat rebates

    The SRP Bring Your Own Thermostat Program™ for Business offers you annual SRP bill credits for each Google Nest* thermostat you register. Start earning today, register using the button below.

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    *Google and Nest Thermostat are trademarks of Google LLC.

    Need help implementing your next project?

    SRP Virtual Commissioning Program

    This program helps small and midsize businesses implement energy efficiency measures that could reduce energy costs by up to 15% — no on-site visits needed.

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    Low-cost tips to help you save on your energy bill 

    Reduce your carbon footprint and save on energy costs with these simple low- or no-cost suggestions.  

    1. Lighting

      Install occupancy sensors that automatically turn lights on and off in areas like conference rooms, break rooms and offices

    2. Heating and Cooling

      Use a smart thermostat to adjust the temperature for occupied and unoccupied hours. Each degree warmer/cooler can save 2%–3%.

    3. Water heating

      Many businesses only need hot water for hand washing. Lower the temperature on your water heater as low as 105 F and save.

    4. Building enclosures

      Keep energy dollars from escaping by repairing cracks around windows and doors with new caulking or weather stripping.

    5. Office energy savings

      Even sleep mode uses energy. Implement smart power strips to turn off monitors, printers and other equipment when they’re inactive.

    SRP business price plans

    Are you on the right plan for your business? Explore options that meet your budget and energy needs.

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    Billing and payment options

    Discover convenient account management and bill pay options that are designed specifically for businesses.

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    Business outage resources

    Arizona’s monsoon storms can impact your power supply and operations. Make sure you’re prepared before an outage happens.

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    SRP partner organizations

    We’re here to connect you with a variety of education, mentoring, networking, certification and advocacy programs to help your business thrive in the Valley.

    Arizona Small Business Association

    The Arizona Small Business AssociationOpen new site. (ASBA) is a nonprofit organization that offers relevant education, mentoring, networking, advocacy programs, and member benefits that equip your business with all the tools to succeed.

    Arizona Small Business Development Center

    Arizona Small Business Development CenterOpen new site. (ASBDC) provides assistance for small businesses in every stage of development.

    Local First Arizona

    Local First ArizonaOpen new site. is a small business advocate providing education and events to connect people, locally owned businesses and communities for meaningful actions that build a diverse, inclusive and prosperous Arizona economy.

    Pacific Southwest Minority Supplier Development Council

    The Pacific Southwest Minority Supplier Development CouncilOpen new site. (PSWMSDC) is the Arizona and San Diego County-based affiliate of the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC), which provides a variety of resources to minority-owned businesses.

    Women’s Business Enterprise Council

    Women’s Business Enterprise Council WestOpen new site. (WBEC-West) is a regional partner of the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC), a coalition of corporations, WBEs and regionally focused women’s business organizations.

    Southwest Veterans Chamber of Commerce

    The Southwest Veterans Chamber of CommerceOpen new site. is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to improve business opportunities and enhance the economic environment of veterans, veteran-owned and veteran-supportive businesses in the Southwest.

    Associated Minority Contractors of Arizona

    The Associated Minority Contractors of ArizonaOpen new site. (AMCA) represents and advocates on behalf of all minority- and women-owned contractors and provides members with educational opportunities and events designed to help their businesses grow.

    Local economic development organizations

    Arizona Commerce Authority

    The Arizona Commerce AuthorityOpen new site. (ACA) provides economic and demographic data, state-level location assistance, state tax and regulatory information, state economic development incentive programs and more.

    Greater Phoenix Economic Council

    The Greater Phoenix Economic CouncilOpen new site. (GPEC) serves as a one-stop contact for companies considering relocating in the region, providing services like regional economic and demographic data, industry studies, and land and building information.

    PHX East Valley Partnership

    The PHX East Valley PartnershipOpen new site. is a coalition of regional leaders who advocate to improve the business climate in the East Valley.


    WESTMARCOpen new site. (the Western Maricopa Coalition) advocates on behalf of western Maricopa County by promoting public policies that lead to responsible growth, a positive quality of life, a healthy environment, strong community development and a favorable public image.

    Pinal Partnership

    The Pinal PartnershipOpen new site. improves research, planning, and coordination of private and public efforts related to infrastructure, natural resources and community development in Pinal County.

    Regional planning groups

    Maricopa Association of Governments

    The Maricopa Association of GovernmentsOpen new site. (MAG) provides a forum for local governments working together on key issues in the Greater Phoenix region. MAG provides information about transportation and other regional planning, economic and demographic studies, land use and more.

    Maricopa County

    Maricopa CountyOpen new site. provides a variety of resources and county-level information about planning, environmental programs, floodplain management, and more.

    Educational institutions

    Arizona State University

    Arizona State UniversityOpen new site. (ASU) is a major research university with campuses throughout the region, including in Tempe, Phoenix, Mesa and Glendale.

    Maricopa County Community College District

    Maricopa County Community College DistrictOpen new site. (MCCCD) is one of the nation’s largest community college districts, providing innovative, transformative, and cost-effective higher education.

    Local governments

    Below are links to regional cities and towns that can provide specific information about land-use, planning and zoning regulations, development permitting procedures and more.