Vivid Leds, Inc. works directly with energy companies to fulfilll rebates and incentives for our customers. There are many offers to choose from across the United States. Start by searching LED rebate locator at the DSIRE database for your area to see LED rebate offer and LED incentives!
Special Offers and Rebates from ENERGY STAR Partners:
To encourage customers to buy energy efficient products like LED lighting, ENERGY STAR partners occasionally sponsor special offers, such as sales tax exemptions or credits, or rebates onqualified products. epa energy star Partners also occasionally sponsor recycling incentives for the proper disposal of old products and qualified products. The search below is provided as a service to consumers to find such special offers or LED rebates where they exist, based on information that partners submit to ENERGY STAR.
Xcel Energy just unveiled a new prescriptive rebate program for LED lights installed by its commercial electric customers in Minnesota. The utility will give energy-efficient rebates and tax incentives to commercial customers that replace incandescent and halogen screw-in light bulbs with Energy Star-qualified LED bulbs, along with swapping out other types of older, less-efficient bulbs with LEDs. Xcel Energy will also now rebate energystar qualified LED Luminaires, LED canopy and soffit fixtures and LED refrigerated case fixtures.
Here’s a sampling of a few of the new LED rebate offers from Xcel:
Take Credit For Making Your Business More Energy Efficient!
$20 – $35 per lamp for swapping incandescent or halogen bulbs with Energy Star-qualified LED bulbs.
$100 per door for replacing T-12 or T-8 fluorescent bulbs in refrigerated case doors with LEDs.
$100 – $125 per fixture for replacing incandescent downlight fixtures with LED Luminaires.
$275 per fixture for replacing exterior metal halide canopy or soffit lights with LEDs.
Do you want credit for making everyday energy changes? Well, now you can get it.TXU Energy is committed to helping the Texas environment and our customers by creating Incentives to go green.
In conjunction with a new or renewed contract(minimum 1of12 month term), you can receive energy efficiency rebates by retrofitting to accepted and proven energy-efficient technologies, including but not limited to compact fluorescent lamps, T5 and T8 fluorescent lamps, LED exit signs, programmable thermostats, high-efficiency HVAC* and vending machine controls. Installing energy-efficient equipment is a sustainable way to conserve energy with equipment that lasts a long time and begins producing savings right away. Whether it be Tax Exemption on QPI or Qualified Products, the renewable energy LED tax breaks are available. Start saving on your Energy Efficiency today.
Pacific Gas and Electric Company’s (PG&E) LED Street Light Program
will offer street light customers on our LS-2 rate two ways to save energy and money when replacing traditional street lighting.
Customers who have installed or replaced existing street light fixtures after May 1st, 2009 with LED fixtures will be able to switch to a lower billing rate under the LS-2 rate schedule.
Potential LED Replacement Savings
Customers who have purchased and installed pre-qualified LED fixtures after May 1, 2009, may be eligible for rebates. Read below to learn more about which fixtures qualify.
AEP Ohio and Ohio Edison LED Rebate Program
Vivid Leds, Inc. is a gridSMARTsolutions provider. Let us work with your company to demonstrate how our partnership with AEP gridSmart will allow you to obtain huge rebates off your energy bill.
Is your business considering purchasing high efficiency equipment but needs additional funding? Now is a great time to invest in energy efficiency.
With AEP Ohio's Custom Program, your business can receive incentives for purchasing high efficiency equipment and implementing industrial process improvements and technologies that reduce energy consumption and peak demand.
All business (non-residential) customers are eligible to participate, and energy efficient improvements that reduce energy consumption and peak demand that aren't covered in AEP Ohio's Prescriptive Programqualify.