Energy Trust offers incentives for businesses that install qualifying natural gas upgrades like commercial water heaters and boilers. Incentives help reduce your upfront costs and make energy-efficiency improvements more affordable. And because energy savings often pay for improvements in just a few years, you get a fast return on your investment. Want to stretch every dollar? Bring us in.
Project Type: Commercial Tank Water Heater
Project Cost: $27,732
Annual Savings: 1,096 therms
Project Type: Boiler
Project Cost: $95,995
Annual Savings: 8,760 therms
Proper insulation is an essential part of the energy-efficiency formula, lowering costs and providing comfort year round. Make upgrades to your building’s attic, wall, roof and pipe insulation and get Energy Trust cash incentives. You’ll save energy, reduce heating and cooling costs, decrease outside noise and create a more comfortable environment. Want to get comfortable? Bring us in.
Energy Trust provides cash incentives to businesses for energy-efficiency and renewable power projects. To qualify, you must:
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|HVAC Unit Heater||$3/kBtu/h input|
|Warm-Air Furnace||$3/kBtu/h input|
|Radiant Heaters||$6.50—$10/kBtu/h input|
|Commercial Tank Water Heaters||$4/kBtu/h input|
|Commercial Tankless/Instantaneous Water Heaters||$2/kBtu/h input|
|Modulating Boiler Burner||$2/kBtu/h input|
|Boiler Vent Damper||$1000 per vent damper|
|Steam Traps||$250 per trap|
Projects that feature non-custom equipment with easy installation can be eligible for standard incentives. Eligible participants can receive up to $500,000 per site, per year for qualifying projects. It’s easy to qualify for standard incentives, and your trade ally contractor may be able to complete the forms for you. Get more details >
Energy Trust offers custom incentives for projects that typically are larger and more complex. Learn more about custom incentives >
Incentives are subject to funding availability and may change. Incentives are not intended to influence consumer decisions on fuel sources.