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Lily Market | Grocery A family-owned business in Portland

This local market cut annual costs by an estimated $3,000 when it updated lighting in its cooler, freezer and produce cases.

Bierson Corporation | Manufacturing A wood manufacturer in Southern Oregon

This manufacturer worked with Central Electric Lighting to replace outdated lighting with LEDs, equipped with vacancy sensors – earning $9,200 in cash incentives, nearly half of the project cost.

Pacific Realty Associates | Office A property management company in Portland

This company worked with Johansen Electric and Platt Electric Supply to update lighting in a 10,000 square foot office space and received $6,100 in cash incentives.

Shears Ahead | Retail A small beauty salon in Tigard

This hair salon installed new LED fixtures with occupancy sensors – receiving $1,400 in cash incentives and saving 15,000 kWh annually.

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Talk to your contractor about Energy Trust cash incentives for your business. They can help you save energy and money for years to come.
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    1. Assess

    Your contractor will assess your space and recommend a lighting solution that works for your business and your budget.

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    2. Plan and complete your project

    Work with your contractor to choose your lighting solution and submit your incentive application.

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