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Industrial and manufacturing facilities can be tricky business when it comes to managing energy use. In addition to maintaining a productive environment for your equipment and employees, you must consider the impacts to your product and processes. For the typical industrial building, the ComEd Energy Efficiency Program has the services and incentives you need to improve the efficiency of your systems and your bottom line. Best of all, these measures and others can be implemented without interruption to your operations.
And with the ComEd Energy Efficiency Program incentives in the mix, you can invest in upgrades and improvements that make good economic sense and save energy dollars too.
Funds are limited and will be provided on a first-come, first-served basis.
Effective January 1, 2018, the ComEd Energy Efficiency Program is responsible for verifying that an Energy Efficiency Service Provider or installing contractor is certified by the ICC for the installation of applicable measures prior to any incentive or rebate payout.
Beginning June 1, 2019, ComEd will be responsible for verifying that certified Energy Efficiency Service Providers or installing contractors are recertified with the ICC. Payment will be withheld if the installing contractor is not re-certified by June 1st each year. This does not apply to customers who choose to self-install the applicable measure(s). For more information concerning the ICC certification and re-certification requirements, instructions and rules can be found at: ICC EE Installer Certification.
The ComEd Energy Efficiency Program is funded in compliance with state law.
Offers are subject to change.