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How to Get Lighting Rebates

Aug 17, 2018

What About Rebates, Coupons and Other Ways to Save on Lighting?

Yes, in addition to energy efficiency and product longevity, LED lighting savings result from partnering with utilities for a wide variety of discounts, rebates, and coupons.

Lighting rebates help offset costs of new buildings and keep money in your pocket. Utility regulations vary across states and regions. Utility rebates can be complicated because every offer presents its own incentives and rules. To simplify this process, contact the utility rebate experts at TCP. Learn more about maximize lighting savings and rebate.

Energy Efficient Lighting is a Simple Way To Save

If you manage a retail or commercial property, you can reduce costs with lighting rebates from utility companies.

Lighting rebates help offset the costs of new building projects and keep money in your pocket.

However, utility rebates can be very complex because every type of lighting rebate has its own incentives, goals, and procedures.

What are the different types of utility rebates?

There are many types of rebates and the rules and regulations vary state-by-state. If you need help navigating through these rules and regulations, the utility lighting rebate specialists at TCP offer this quick summary of the types of rebates and discounts you will encounter:

  • Retailer Markdown. Utility rebates applied to a retailer’s regular price.
  • Buy Down. Utility rebates applied to item costs approved by a retailer.
  • Prescriptive Rebates. Predetermines a price for each fixture you replace.
  • Custom Rebates. Varies by location and customer type.
  • Market Lift Promotions. Sets sales targets for a retailer’s efficient lighting sales.
  • Coupon Promotions. The instant coupon operates similar to a markdown.

Learn more about lighting rebates from utilities across the United States and the expert partnership TCP offers in helping you get the most savings in commercial lighting.

How does ENERGY STAR® help me save?

ENERGY STAR® is a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency voluntary program that helps businesses and individuals save money and protect our climate through superior energy efficiency.

ENERGY STAR® tools and resources help businesses determine cost-effective approaches to managing energy use in buildings and plants and these products are often eligible for rebates when purchased from retailers and distributors.

TCP manufactures among the largest number of ENERGY STAR approved products and distributes them throughout North America and abroad.

TCP offers a total, end-to-end commercial solution.

TCP understands sourcing and installing the right commercial lighting from start to finish. That’s why, from the first design consultation to the post-project follow-up, we’re there, offering our expertise, helping you capitalize on efficiency rebates, and ensuring your commercial lighting project turns on.

But seeing is believing. That’s why we’re offering free samples of any of our lights. That’s right — we’re so sure we’re the right solution for your commercial lighting needs, we’ll give you lights so you can see how good TCP is for yourself.

Just tell us about your lighting application and we’ll send you free sample products to test. No strings attached.

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