Businesses like yours are saving energy and money every day through ComEd® Energy Efficiency Program. We've created these fact sheets to help customers find ways to lower energy costs for their businesses.
The ComEd Energy Efficiency Program provides cash incentives, technical services and whole-building solutions to help you achieve your energy efficiency goals. Learn more about what ComEd can do for your business.
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The ComEd Energy Efficiency Program offers cash incentives for advanced lighting control systems that optimize the performance of a network of efficient light fixtures and sensors. The centralized intelligence underlying these systems allows deployment of multiple energy management (control) strategies that, combined, produce greater energy savings than control strategies implemented separately—as much as 40 percent energy savings, on average.
Battery chargers are an often overlooked energy-efficiency opportunity. Instant discounts from the ComEd Energy Efficiency
Program can help you replace your existing chargers or choose high-frequency models when you need new chargers.
CHP is a clean and efficient approach to generating power and thermal energy from a single fuel source. The Combined Heat and Power (CHP) is intended to assess the economics of site specific CHP opportunities, stimulate the implementation of CHP projects by ComEd customers. Conventional or Topping cycle CHP systems, as well as Waste Heat-to-Power (WHP) or Bottoming cycle CHP systems are eligible.
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The ComEd Energy Efficiency Program offers technical assistance and cash incentives to identify and implement energy efficiency measures in 7x24 facilities.
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Savvy energy managers know that managing the "how" and "when" of electricity consumption can return huge savings. Energy Insights Online monitors your electricity consumption via special recording meters and converts this data into simple, easy-to-understand usage graphs and reports that you can access online.
ComEd can help your business find energy saving opportunities throughout your facility; whether it's lights, HVAC system, chillers or motors. A ComEd energy engineer will visit your facility and spend approximately two hours with you assessing your facility to identify energy-efficiency opportunities. Within three to four weeks, you will receive a letter detailing recommended energy-efficiency projects that you can start working on immediately. Each recommendation will include estimated energy savings, cost savings, project cost, potential incentives and simple payback.
The average restaurant or food service operation uses more than twice the energy of other commercial buildings. The good news is the ComEd Energy Efficiency Program offers many opportunities for energy savings in almost any food service operation, whether it’s an elegant restaurant or the company cafeteria.
Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning can account for as much as 30 percent of a building's annual energy use. Discover ways to improve the energy efficiency of your HVAC system.
Keeping the lights on" is a significant cost for most businesses. Fortunately, the ComEd Energy Efficiency Program offers financial incentives to help you reduce your energy usage and save money.
An Industrial Systems Comprehensive Study can help to ensure efficient and economical operation of industrial systems by examining controls sequences, equipment efficiencies and operating parameters and identifying no-cost/low-cost energy-saving improvement opportunities.
Install products manufactured or assembled in Illinois and receive a 10 percent bonus.
ComEd works closely with its economic development allies to leverage our top performing electric reliability, the competitive Illinois energy market, and our business-focused energy efficiency program to help power innovation and create jobs.
Multi-tenant building owners and managers face unique challenges on the path to making their office buildings more energy efficient and attractive to tenants.
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The ENERGY STAR® Building Manual notes that "well-designed outdoor lighting is cost-effective, controls light by directing it where it is needed, reduces glare, distributes illumination evenly and reduces light trespass." Learn about the many control-friendly, energy-efficient fluorescent, induction and LED lighting options available.
A typical food service business or grocery store spends about $4 per square foot on energy. Fortunately, the ComEd Energy Efficiency Program incentives can help you lower your energy costs.
Retro-commissioning identifies energy-saving opportunities through a systematic evaluation of energy-using systems. See how the ComEd Energy Efficiency Program retro-commissioning service can assist you in implementing no-cost and low-cost energy-saving improvements.
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Designed with your small business in mind, ComEd Energy Efficiency Program offers free energy assessments and instant incentives to offset the costs of recommended energy-efficiency projects.
High-efficiency transformers lower energy consumption, reduce wasted energy from transformer losses and significantly reduce carbon dioxide emissions.
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Adding variable speed drives (VSDs) to motor-driven devices, such as HVAC chillers, fans and pumps, enables the devices to vary their speed to meet fluctuating demand. VSDs can significantly reduce energy use and ComEd Energy Efficiency Program incentives can help get you going.