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Lighting Rebates 2016
(Last Updated October 26, 2016)
The new lighting rebates are out as of June 20, 2016, from the IESO. Businesses looking to reduce their energy consumption and operational expenses will still see a significant rebate under the new program. The most notable changes to the program occur under the Prescriptive Indoor and Outdoor rebate categories. These changes include a slight reduction in rebate amounts, and the engineered option will now be categorized under the custom category.
The custom rebates (including engineered rebates) are now required to submit a Measurement and Verification Plan (M&V Plan) when the incentive is above a certain number. A basic M&V Plan submittal will be required when the incentive is under $10,000. A more detailed M&V Plan will be required when the incentive is over $25,000 and less than $50,000.
The Prescriptive Indoor and Outdoor rebates are as follows (including a selection of lighting products most currently used by Arcadian Projects):
Base case wattage:
50 to 75: $25
100 to 175: $50
200 to 250: $75
400 to 450
(LED under 200W): $110
400 to 450
(LED over 200W): $70
750 to 1000: $275
$40/300W > $30
(fixture mounted highbays)
$15 (switch plate mounted)
Most businesses will benefit from the lighting rebate program. Arcadian Projects is well versed in all aspects of planning and executing lighting projects including all application submittals and M&V plans. Call or email us today to discuss your best lighting project options, we are here to help! Take a look at some of our lighting projects.