It’s easy to get a project started with ComEd. Upgrade your lighting by adding lighting control strategies such as dimming and occupancy sensors. These are all great first projects.
The ComEd Energy Efficiency Program is now helping public sector organizations save money and energy. Small facilities have many opportunities to save energy, but identifying them can be a challenge.
ComEd will help you implement energy efficiency solutions that reduce your electric bill while improving productivity and comfort. Getting started is easy. A free ComEd facility assessment can help you identify innovative projects that can earn incentives based on your actual energy savings. The program offering includes:
Schedule your assessment with an Energy Efficiency Service Provider (EESP) to locate energy-saving opportunities eligible for incentives.
ComEd has negotiated incentive levels for all projects. All public sector EESPs must use those levels in their pricing to public sector customers.
Work with your EESP to develop a project plan that works for you. It takes an average of sixty days from assessment to installation.
Your EESP will complete your project and apply instant incentives. You only pay the balance after the incentives are applied.
Your completed project provides savings for years to come through reduced monthly electric bills.
Must be a ComEd delivery customer on a non-residential rate, with a peak electric demand less than 100kW.
Qualified public sector ComEd customers such as federal, state and local governments, municipal corporations, public school districts, community colleges, public libraries, park districts and more.
ComEd offers incentives on lighting and HVAC systems. Contact us today to get started and schedule a free assessment.
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.