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Lighting Rebates


Cash Incentives for Energy-Efficient Lighting
Receive cash incentives for lighting retrofits in existing buildings, helping reduce electric bills and improve lighting quality.


Limited time offer
A 25 percent rebate bonus is available on new LED fixtures for any project pre-approved, completed and submitted for final payment by Nov. 15, 2018.


Get Started
Begin by completing an application with Efficiency Works. Also check out the quick reference guide (PDF 1.3MB) for federal light bulb legislation.


Incentives
Incentives are based on the wattage reduction from the new to old lighting equipment and typically cover 25-50% of the project cost.


Program Details

  • Incentives available until funds are expended.
  • Pre-approval required for projects with incentives estimated to be greater than $1,000.
  • Available for Fort Collins Utilities commercial electric customers.
  • Wattage reductions are calculated based on standard program equipment values (see applications).
  • All indoor and outdoor lighting is eligible.
  • Exterior lighting may be required to be full cut-off or dark sky compliant. Check local land use and building codes.
  • LEDs must be on the DesignLights Consortium™ products list or Energy Star Retail to qualify.
  • Payment made upon project completion after submission of a signed application and copies of project-related invoices.
  • This program is a collaboration between Fort Collins Utilities and Platte River Power Authority.

Need help finding a contractor? Efficiency Works can help you get started.


Building Energy Scoring: Benchmark Your Facility
Local and national comparisons of peer facilities provide a simple, yet valuable way for building owners and property managers to understand their facilities’ energy use and identify opportunities to reduce energy-related costs. Start monitoring and improving your building’s performance at fcgov.com/BES

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