National Rebate Climate - Commercial Lighting

The US is Going Green

This map shows how the commercial lighting rebate climate has changed since 2009. As states and utilities struggle to meet electric demand, more and more energy efficiency programs are developed in order to help curb energy usage. These programs help the utilities to save enough power so they don't have to build new power plants.

Currently, 79% of the United States is covered by an active commercial lighting rebate program.

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Rebate Trends for 2017

Rebate organizations have been busy updating their rebate programs for 2017. See what's new.

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Best Areas for Rebates

Where are the best parts of the country for lighting rebates? It's not a simple answer.

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Rebates for LED Tubes

LED Tubes present a huge rebate opportunity but they can be hard to get.

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5 Things You Should Know About Lighting Rebates

From making sure you get pre-approval to choosing the right products, there's a lot you need to know to make sure you get your money.

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EPAct Tax Deduction

The Tax Increase Prevention Act of 2014 recently extended the EPAct Tax Deduction by one year.

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Illuminating Outdoor Rebates (infographic)

LED outdoor lighting is rapidly gaining in popularity due to tremendous energy and maintenance savings. See how rebates can help reduce the cost.

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Cashing in on LEDs

Learn all you need to know about LED rebates in one helpful infographic.

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LED Lamp Rebates

The average prescriptive rebate for LED lamps is $9. Using an Energy Star approved lamp is required by 94% of these rebates.

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US Lighting Rebates

Currently, 73% of the United States is covered by an active commercial lighting rebate or incentive.

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Financial Calculator

See the difference that rebates can make in the payback period of a lighting upgrade.

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Rebate Pre-approvals

On average, it takes 29 days to get pre-approval for a rebate before you can install. Make sure you plan ahead.

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T12 Rebates

The number of rebates for T12 to T8 conversions decreased 24% between 2014 and 2015. They are expected to decline even further going forward.

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Highbay Rebates

Replacing old high bay lighting with new pulse start, induction, LED or fluorescent fixtures can get rebates of up to $400 per fixture.

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Expert Advice

Each year, 60% of American use a tax professional to get them the largest possible tax deduction. Why not use a rebate expert to get the most money possible?

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New Construction Rebates

It's not only upgrades that can get rebates. New construction and renovation projects can get rebates for lighting, HVAC and more.

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