Police and fire facilities act as a home away from home for the first responders in our community. The ComEd® Energy Efficiency Program can help improve the cost-effectiveness—not to mention the security, comfort and aesthetics—of public safety facilities.
The on-call, 24-hour nature of police stations and firehouses necessitates lighting systems that are flexible, efficient and ideally automated. ComEd provides incentives for installation of occupancy sensors, daylight controls and timers that ensure that areas are always well lit whenever they need to be—and aren’t wasting energy when they don’t.
Energy-efficient equipment reduces the need for maintenance and replacement projects—a particular hassle for public safety buildings. Newer LEDs use about 75 percent less energy and last 15 times longer than traditional incandescent light bulbs, enhancing reliability and longevity of lighting in restricted-access areas in police facilities and the high bays of firehouses.
Call 1-855-433-2700 and request a Facility Assessment. A ComEd energy advisor will assess your facility and equipment for potential electrical savings during a two-hour site walkthrough.
Within three weeks, you will receive a high-level summary recommending energy-saving changes and upgrades that can improve the energy efficiency of your business.
After you have decided which energy-saving improvements you want to make, consult the
ComEd Trade Ally Directory to find a contractor who can provide the products and services you need and help you apply for ComEd Energy Efficiency Program incentives.
1-855-433-2700 during normal business hours to speak with a ComEd Energy Efficiency Program representative or send an email to:
Funds are limited and will be provided on a first-come, first-served basis.
Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration
The ComEd Energy Efficiency Program is funded in compliance with state law.
Learn how to incorporate energy efficiency into your police and fire facility with incentives and offerings from ComEd. Watch the free on-demand webinar, Energy Efficiency for Police and Fire Facilities.