CFU offers cash incentives for commercial energy-saving equipment, including:
- Efficient lighting (including fluorescent,
T8, T5, LED and high bay)
- Gas boilers and furnaces
- Water heatng
- Packaged terminal heat pumps and air conditioners
- Air-source and ground-source heat pumps
- Central air conditioners and roof-top units
- Occupancy sensors & programmable thermostats
- Ice machines & vending machine controllers
- Commercial clothes washers, dishwashers, motors and variable-speed drives (VSDs)
Commerical Rebate Programs:
Print-friendly list of all programs
Commercial customers can qualify for a variety of energy-efficient incentive programs. Some equipment can be installed without pre-approval from CFU. Other custom equipment requires CFU pre-approval for qualification. Proper recycling of old fluorescent and HID lighting is required for rebate approval. See below for the complete print-friendly list of available commercial/industrial incentive programs. Then download the desired rebate application forms above for complete details.
** 2014 Program Details and Forms Coming Soon
Learn more about the Commercial New Construction Program
Share the cost of an assessment or schedule an audit:
Energy Audits: For small business customers looking to evaluate their energy efficiency options, or for companies of any size evaluating efficient lighting technologies, CFU offers small business energy and lighting systems audits at no cost. CFU will audit your facility and will provide recommendations about cost-effective options for your business. Contact Pete Olson at 319-268-5355 for more information.
Assessment Cost Share: Some larger business customers need to hire independent energy auditors or engineering firms who possess the technical expertise to assess options for large-scale facilities or specific industrial processes. CFU provides rebates to help pay down the costs of these technical assessments and audits. Assessment rebates from CFU are in addition to any CFU rebates for eligible energy efficiency improvements the business makes after audit completion. Assessment rebate amounts are awarded on a case-by-case basis; for more information contact Pete Olson, Energy Services Manager, at 319-268-5355.
Federal Tax Deductions for Commercial Building Energy Efficiency:
A tax deduction of up to $1.80 per square foot is available to owners or designers of new or existing commercial buildings that save at least 50% of the heating and cooling energy of a building that meets ASHRAE Standard 90.1 2001. Partial deductions of up to $0.60 per square foot can be taken for measures affecting any one of three building systems: lighting, heating and cooling systems, or building envelope. More information is available at www.energystar.gov/taxcredits
, or by contacting a professional tax advisor.
For business or industrial energy-management assistance, call Pete Olson, CFU Energy Services Manager, (319) 268-5355.