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It starts with a 10-minute phone call from a ComEd energy engineer who will ask pertinent questions and work with you to develop a specific plan for your assessment and schedule a site visit at your facility.
A ComEd energy engineer interviews your building staff to learn about your day-to-day operations. Your energy usage is reviewed using ComEd’s FREE online energy management tool that monitors and interprets your facility’s electrical energy usage. Over a few hours, our energy engineer conducts a thorough investigative walkthrough to identify energy-saving strategies.
A few weeks later, a ComEd energy engineer will review the results of the assessment with you and bring an outreach representative who can discuss next steps. The report identifies incentive opportunities as well as no cost/low cost operational opportunities that may result in energy savings for you. Potential annual energy and dollar savings are shown with simple paybacks and incentive amounts. A financial benefit section groups projects by simple payback, showing the best economic opportunities. An executive summary contains environmental impacts, such as greenhouse gas reduction as well as annual energy and dollar savings with total potential incentives dollars if all identified projects are implemented.
Find a ComEd Service Provider to do the work. Our Service Providers are our partners, trained in executing our program. A Service Provider can be found in our Service Provider directory. Or select one of your employees or a non-Service Provider contractor to do incentive the work. It’s your choice as to how you want to implement the projects and take advantage of ComEd’s incentives.
It’s FREE and you’ll get insight and, in many cases, cash incentives to make energy-saving investments in your facility.
Head over to Business Types or Public Sector for energy-reducing ideas specific to your organization.
Email us at BusinessEE@ComEd.com or PublicSectorEE@ComEd.com
Call us at 1-855-433-2700 during normal business hours to speak with a ComEd Energy Efficiency Program representative.
The ComEd Energy Efficiency Program is funded in compliance with state law.
Offers are subject to change.