Natural Gas Incentives For Business Customers
Natural gas commercial customers are eligible for incentives for high-efficiency boilers, furnaces, and controls. Installing a high-efficiency system can reduce your business’s energy costs and ongoing operating expenses, leaving you more money to grow your business. If you’re starting a new business, switching to natural gas, or your current natural gas equipment is old or inefficient, it’s the right time for you to consider installing a high-efficiency unit.
Businesses can save money, increase equipment reliability, and create more comfortable and productive workplaces by making energy-efficient choices when installing, upgrading, or replacing heating equipment. Funding has been fully committed for Bangor Natural Gas, Maine Natural Gas, Summit Natural Gas and Unitil Natural Gas utilities only for high-efficiency boilers, furnaces, heaters, and controls, including:
- modulating burners,
- boiler economizers,
- boiler reset,
- oxygen trim,
- boiler turbulator,
- fans on VAV air handlers and rooftop units,
- building exhaust fans,
- distribution and circulation pumps, and
- programmable thermostats.
Find out more about incentives click here.
Ready to upgrade your facility with high-efficiency equipment and appliances? Work with an Efficiency Maine Qualified Partner in order to be eligible for these incentives.
Click here to find a Qualified Partner working near you. If you work with a contractor that is not yet a Qualified Partner, urge your contractor to find out more information here. As part of the project approval process, you will accept the C&I Prescriptive Program’s Terms and Conditions. If you’re interested in becoming a Qualified Partner, click here to see our Become A Qualified Partner page.
If you’re interested in getting started with an energy efficiency project in your business but don’t know where to start, you can sign-up for a virtual customer consultation here.
Your natural gas utility may offer other programs. For easy reference, following are links to Maine’s natural gas distribution companies: