Energy Savings for All

 

We know that your business isn't like everyone else's, so we take a sector-focused approach to energy management.

Remember, no matter what type of business you are, our incentives cover up to 70% of the total project cost. That means you pay as little as 30% of your energy efficiency project cost. Take a look at the sectors we serve:

Colleges/Schools

Reduce your educational facility's electric bills by improving energy efficiency with a strategic approach to energy management. In addition to cost savings, energy efficiency can help you reduce maintenance costs and extend your equipment's life while creating healthier, more comfortable learning and work environments.
   

 

Don't know what size your business qualifies as? Contact us or check your bill—small businesses use 100 kW or less per month.

Educational facilities also have the opportunity to use a combined heat and power unit. These units are highly fuel-efficient and produce electricity, heating and cooling.
   
Grocery/Convenience
 

Every business shares concerns over the high cost of lighting, heating, and cooling. For grocery stores and convenience markets, refrigeration energy costs can account for up to 70% of total electricity consumption. Upgrading refrigeration equipment and controls can cut energy use by 30% or more.

 


Don't know what size your business qualifies as? Contact us or check your bill—small businesses use 100 kW or less per month.
Retail
 

Retail companies spend nearly $20 billion on energy each year. Through improvements in energy performance, retailers can reduce costs, increase customer satisfaction, and enhance corporate profitability, all while reducing the carbon footprint of retail stores.
 

 



Don't know what size your business qualifies as? Contact us or check your bill—small businesses use 100 kW or less per month.
Hospitals/Health Care
 

Equipment in health facilities is sometimes used 24 hours a day. Constant use of electricity, especially at hospitals, which are open for long hours, can mean a high electric bill. Participating in our program can drastically reduce your electric bill.
 

 



Don't know what size your business qualifies as? Contact us or check your bill—small businesses use 100 kW or less per month.

Health facilities also have the opportunity to use a combined heat and power unit. These units are highly fuel-efficient and produce electricity, heating and cooling.
   
Restaurants
 

Don't let the cost of your electric bill effect your bottom line. Our program will help cover the cost of new energy-efficient refrigerators, freezers, lighting, heating and air conditioning units, and more. When you buy new equipment through our program, we help you pay for energy-efficient equipment that will reduce your monthly electric bill.
 

 



Don't know what size your business qualifies as? Contact us or check your bill—small businesses use 100 kW or less per month.
Nonprofits/Faith-Based
 

Nonprofits and faith-based organizations are the ambassadors and stewards of assisting others. Investing in energy-efficient equipment can help you further your mission by lowering energy use and keeping operational costs down—freeing up dollars that can be directed towards outreach and other important projects.
 

 



Don't know what size your business qualifies as? Contact us or check your bill—small businesses use 100 kW or less per month.
Government
 

Energy efficiency improvements are right in line with the purpose of public organizations—to serve others. Reducing energy costs frees funds for important projects, and demonstrates your good stewardship of taxpayer or contributor dollars.
 

 



Don't know what size your business qualifies as? Contact us or check your bill—small businesses use 100 kW or less per month.
Office Buildings
 

Energy represents 30% of the typical office building's costs and is a property's single largest operating expense. Investing in energy efficiency to control energy costs is a sound business strategy that can help boost the operational cash flow for your property.
 

 



Don't know what size your business qualifies as? Contact us or check your bill—small businesses use 100 kW or less per month.
Industrial and Warehouses
 

Lighting and space heating account for approximately 76% of total energy use in industrial and warehouse spaces. Refrigerated warehouses are more energy-intensive than their non-refrigerated counterparts because of the large amount of energy consumed by refrigeration equipment. Our program covers part of the cost for new lighting, heating, cooling, and refrigeration units that are energy efficient. Being energy efficient will reduce your monthly electric bill.
 

 



Don't know what size your business qualifies as? Contact us or check your bill—small businesses use 100 kW or less per month.
New Construction
 

New buildings can be designed to use less electricity from the get-go. Don't let months go by after construction ends only to discover your electric bill is more than expected. Participate in our program during construction to save energy, maximize your bottom line, and avoid being surprised by higher-than-expected electric bills later on.
 

 



Don't know what size your business qualifies as? Contact us or check your bill—small businesses use 100 kW or less per month.
Hospitality/Lodging
 

From hallway lighting to washers and dryers for towels and clothing, the hospitality industry uses electricity almost constantly. Upgrading to LED lighting will keep your hallways, common areas, and rooms brightly lit while reducing your electric bill. Our program also covers part of the cost of energy-efficient clothes washers and dryers.
 

 



Don't know what size your business qualifies as? Contact us or check your bill—small businesses use 100 kW or less per month.

We Are Here to Help

Have any questions about the incentives, your eligibility, or how to apply? Contact us and we can help you get started today.

EmPOWER Maryland programs are funded by a charge on your energy bill. EmPOWER programs can help you reduce your energy consumption and save you money. To learn more about EmPOWER and how you can participate, click here.

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