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Rebates matter to you because you are being paid to save. By implementing lighting measures that reduce the energy used in a given space, you are saving money on your electricity bill. Utility rebates help to lower the initial acquisition cost of the energy saving measures, which in turn shortens the payback period on investment.
Utilities set annual energy savings goals that they strive to meet. End user incentives are an energy saving alternative to the much greater capital expense of expanding power plant capacity and infrastructure maintenance. It is often cheaper to pay for rebates than to build a new power plant.
There are over 3,000 utilities across the nation, each with their own rebate programs. Rebates are available for lamps, ballasts, fixtures and controls. For example: T8, T5, T5HO, CFLi, LED, CDMi, Allstart, Sensors and Controls, RDL. For detailed information on opportunities in your area, visit the Database of State Incentives for Renewables & Efficiency.
35W Halogen MR16
7W LED MR16
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Estimated Energy Cost
$0.08 / kWh
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Annual Energy Consumption
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Prescriptive Utility Rebate: $14 / lamp
Total Project Cost: Without Rebate
Total Project Cost: With Rebate
Potential Payback in Years*
Estimated Annual Energy Savings**
*Payback is based on total project cost with rebate divided by the annual energy savings
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