Overview of SRP energy efficiency commercial rebates
Slash power use and save your business money with SRP's energy efficiency rebates for businesses
SRP's commercial energy-efficiency rebates are designed to help you lower energy use and reduce your business's energy bills, all while helping to offset the cost of improvements.
We understand today's business owners are strapped for time. That's why when you're ready to apply for a rebate, SRP and its Business Solutions Alliance contractors – installers that see your job through from start to finish – will guide you every step of the way.
Don't worry about qualifying – many types of projects do. Wondering whether your energy efficiency project will qualify? Contact us or an Business Solutions Alliance contractor and we'll let you know.
Kicking off the process is as easy as 1-2-3.
Pick a program you like.There are various rebate programs available to small, mid and large sized businesses.
Small Business: Qualifying businesses get a no-cost assessment, and sharply discounted pricing on new lighting. Most businesses recoup their investment in less than a year.
Standard: Choose from a menu of common rebates for things like lighting, HVAC, compressed air, refrigeration and computer/server systems, building envelope improvements.
Custom: Design your own energy-efficiency improvements. Aside from rebates for your custom projects, you may also be eligible for a no-cost technical assessment of your unique systems to identify additional savings opportunities.
Contact us in one of three ways to get started or to get your rebate program questions answered. We'll guide you through the next steps.
Select a Business Solutions Alliance contractor and begin your project. The contractor you choose will guide you the project and handle all documentation. You can also choose a contractor of your preference or, in some cases, manage the project yourself.
Think you know what project you'd like to complete? Check out our applications and worksheets.
See how much businesses are saving thanks to SRP's energy efficiency rebates.