Small and Medium Industry
Does your business qualify for a small or medium industry incentive?
Small Industry: Customers with a small industrial rate code and a consumption of less than 500 MWh per year.
Medium Industry: Customers with a small industrial rate code and a consumption of 500 MWh or more per year.
What types of incentives are available?
The Industrial Energy Efficiency Program has funding available for both electric and non- electric saving opportunities. All non-electric projects will need to be complete and incentives paid by March 31, 2022.
|Projects Reducing Electricity|
|Type||Energy Audit or Feasibility Studies||Prescriptive Incentives||Custom Incentives|
|50% of eligible costs (Max $10K)||
Eligible products at set rebates (Max $40K)
Lesser of: $0.108/kWh or 50% of eligible costs (Max $75K)
50% of eligible costs (Max $10K)
Eligible products at set rebates (Max $60K)
Lesser of: $0.108/kWh or 50% of eligible costs (Max $150K)
|Projects Reducing Non-Electric Fuels (propane, natural gas, renewables, etc.)|
|Small and Medium Industries||Incentives start at 25% of capital costs. Please contact program staff to determine project eligibility.|
The Prescriptive Stream offers incentives on select energy efficiency measures from a defined list that includes per unit incentives for simple one to one retrofits. For the Prescriptive Rebate List click here.
- Compressed Air Equipment
- Motor Drive Upgrades
The custom stream provides incentives on energy saving projects.
Project types include, but not limited to:
- Process Improvements
- HVAC Systems
- Building Envelope
- Compressed Air
If you don’t know where to start, an energy audit will help identify areas for improvement and key opportunities in your operations. If you have a project already in mind, start with a feasibility study to help ensure the retrofit is cost effective.
|How to apply|
|Complete and submit the online application form.|