Two Idaho Companies Get Energy Rebates
Conrad & Bischoff and Idaho Steel received rebates of $52,998 and $39,172, respectively, through Idaho Falls Power’s Commercial Lighting Retrofit Program, according to East Idaho News.
The combined total of kWh saved is 606,169 according to the story. That is enough to power almost 50 homes for a year. The Idaho Steel project focused on switching from fluorescent to LED lighting. It will save 280,321 kWh and pay for itself in three years. Conrad & Bischoff installed LEDs in its car wash, retail stores and gas pump canopies, the story said. It will save 325,848 kWh, according to the story.
In a Behind the Meter podcast, Michele Negley, the Senior Vice President for CLEAResult ‘s Southern Region, discusses how companies can position themselves to receive rebates from their energy providers.
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