Just one new energy efficient light fixture can save energy every day.
$150 per fixture a year in savings + $75 in rebates = up to $225 of total savings in the first year.
Jay’s Sporting Goods in Clare retrofitted their existing lighting to energy efficient fluorescent light and added occupancy sensors, improving lighting quality and reducing their energy use. They received $3,121 in incentives and continue to save.
Save energy and money by installing efficient heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems and thermostats. Available incentives and rebates can help you save even more.
Improve your building efficiency with targeted energy solutions that are designed to meet your unique needs. With rebates and programs for select market segments, your business can enjoy more savings sooner.
Hillsdale Farmer Ty Friskney upgraded his farm’s operation by installing new, high efficiency grain dryers. He offset his costs with $40,000 worth of incentives and saved thousands on his energy bill.
Your business may be able to earn up to $200,000 in incentives a year for custom energy upgrades, like:
Great Lakes Tissue Company increased its production rate by 25% and reduced its energy use by adding digital operation controls. $300,000 worth of incentives helped offset the implementation costs.Read more here
Clark Retirement Community saves $102,000 annually in energy costs after it updated its chiller systems.Watch the video
Save up to 75% of your energy dollars. Insulate to reduce air leaks and use available incentives to offset your installation costs.
WoodsEdge Learning Center in Kalamazoo built energy efficiency into its structure, achieving a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold Certification. The Center received almost $49,000 in incentives, and reduced the overall energy use of the building by 33.7%.
Create bottom line savings with energy efficiency changes in your kitchen, such as installing low-flow faucets and ENERGY STAR® rated appliances. Use incentives to offset new equipment costs and qualify for up to $1,750 in rebates.
Oliver T’s in Grand Blanc updated their refrigeration units by using energy efficient fan motors and adding anti-sweat door heater controls and night shades. The owners, Ron and Cathy Zeller, received a $24,751 rebate check to help offset installation costs, and continue to save energy and money today.
Eligible small businesses can improve efficiency and reduce energy costs. Explore your options: