The following are the rebates currently available for qualifying purchases by members of Access Energy Cooperative. To download a form for submitting a request for a rebate, click on the item below.
For more information about rebates click here to send an inquiry or call us at 1.866.242.4232.
Additional Opportunities Available for Energy Efficiency Improvements
We offer an energy audit program to find ways your organization can become more efficient. The first step is to schedule an appointment for us to conduct an energy audit and meet with representatives of your organization to review potential savings on demand and if there might be ways you could qualify for a rebate.
For more information on the energy audit program, please click here. Or call 1-866-242-4232 or 318-385-1577.
Heat Pump Rebates
Air-to-air source heat pumps 17 SEER – $100 per ton Download
Mini-split air source heat pumps 17 SEER – $250 per ton Download
Dual fuel source heat pumps 17 SEER – $250 per ton Download
Ground source heat pumps 19.1 EER (indoor unit & loops) – $750 per ton Download
Ground source heat pumps 19.1 EER (replacing indoor unit only) – $400 per ton Download
-Replacement heat pump must be a gain of 3 EER rating points to qualify.
Variable Frequency Drives for HVAC pumps and fans – $50 per brake horsepower of motor driven by VFD Download
Commercial rebate for ground source heat pumps is capped at 40 tons.
Energy Efficient Appliance Rebates
Electric water heater, new construction – $250 Download
Electric water heater replacing gas water heater – $250 Download
Electric water heater replacing electric water heater – $150 Download
Heat pump water heater, new construction or replacing gas or electric water heater – up to $700 Download
Programmable timer – ie: engine block heater – $15 Download
High efficiency motors – $ based on HP size Download
Water heaters must be 40 gallon or larger. Tankless water heaters are not eligible.
Business Lighting Rebate Program
Lighting is a critical component of every small business. Employees must be able to see to safely perform their jobs, and floor space should be aesthetically pleasing to encourage sales.
You may be surprised to learn that lighting can take a larger share of a building’s electricity use than any other single end use. Lighting systems produce large amounts of heat as well, and are typically the largest source of waste heat inside commercial buildings. Energy-efficient lighting, such as compact fluorescent bulbs, add less heat than inefficient lighting. By decreasing internal heat gain, efficient lighting also reduces a building’s cooling requirements.
Your business may be spending much more than needed to effectively light your facilities. Significant cost savings can be achieved with energy-efficiency improvements, and due to continually improving technology, lighting usually provides the highest return-on-investment of major upgrades.
With good design, lighting energy use in most buildings can be cut in half while maintaining or improving lighting quality. Such designs typically pay for themselves in energy savings alone within a few years, and they offer more benefits in terms of the potential for smaller and less costly cooling systems and more productive work environments.
This rebate program is being offered to commercial, industrial and agricultural cooperative business members.
- An Access Energy Cooperative expert must first conduct an audit of the existing equipment to be replaced.
- Only members installing greater than 10 bulbs or fixtures at their facility will qualify.
- The rebate amount can be determined prior to installation and calculated based on an audit of existing and replacement lighting.
- Total rebate amount is limited to $30,000 per member per year and in no case will exceed 40 percent of the total equipment cost.
The focus of the program is to save the member money by using less energy to light their facility. When assessing the opportunities for improvement presented by an existing lighting system, the first step is to measure how effectively the existing light levels and characteristics serve their function.
Many opportunities exist for cost-effective retrofits to an existing lighting system and it is possible to simultaneously increase lighting levels and use less energy if the most efficient technology and practices are used.
- Fluorescent T-5 and T-8 lighting systems with electronic ballasts
- LED (light emitting diode) fixtures and exit signs
- Occupancy sensors
- Exit lighting on a retrofit project (new construction not eligible)
The first step on the road to implementing new energy-efficient lighting in your facility is to use our contact form and select business services by clicking here to contact the Member services department at Access Energy Cooperative. They will determine your eligibility and provide the application and all other needed information to begin your lighting retrofit project.
You will want to be sure you have a trusted lighting vendor to help you with new lighting recommendations and a knowledgeable employee from the facility to assist with your initial walk-through lighting audit.