New York City has embarked on an energy efficiency endeavor. As can be seen in the many media outlets across the Country, NYC has enacted several local laws that are aimed at transforming the way businesses use energy.
Undoubtedly when these laws are enforced, ConEdison may stop paying cash incentives and rebates.
In summary, ConEdison offers this incentive for a targeted list of zip codes and addresses in their Service Territory.
ConEdison’s Instant Rebate Program is prescriptive in nature. However, most notably it does not require pre-inspections similar to their other programs. Particularly there are no applications to fill out. Instead, rather than having the customer pay for the LED Lights up front, Green Apple Lighting USA pays out the incentive at the time of purchase. Indeed the rebate is given at the time of purchase.
Lastly, this this program applies to screw-in LED’s and LED Tubes. Furthermore, in order to qualify for this program, Customer addresses are cross-referenced in a database.
At the present time, if qualified, customers are given a discount code. By all means, to see if your building qualifies, enter your address below and click submit. Finally one of Green Apple’s customer support reps will verify if you qualify. Once qualified Green Apple will give you a link to purchase the discounted LED lighting products online. Above all you can purchase directly from their lighting designer.
In contrast to the Instant Lighting Program, Prescriptive Lighting Program provides cash incentives for LED fixtures as opposed to LED Bulbs and Tubes.
In similar fashion the Prescriptive Projects are typically a one-for-one replacement. All things considered, the incentives are based upon a set amount of funds for a specific type of fixture. Generally a pre-inspection and post-inspection may be required. In this situation these programs typically require an application to be filled out and submitted for review and approval.
On the other hand larger lighting projects include redesign of lighting layouts, a one-for-many replacement or that integrates controls, typically fall under a Custom Lighting Program.
In short the incentives for these types of projects are generally based upon base-case and post-case energy saving projections. Most notably these programs typically require pre- and post- site inspections. Indeed custom programs require more involved applications that include energy projections, equipment cut sheets and in some cases measurement and verification.