- Agriculture Lighting & Equipment
- Commercial Kitchen
- Compressed Air
- Heating, Ventilation and Cooling Systems
- Information Systems
- Special Promotions
- Process Systems
- Specialty Measures
- Variable Frequency Drives
- New Construction & Major Renovation
- Renewable Energy
- Retrocommissioning of Buildings
- Specialty Industry
- Design Assistance
- Express Building Tune-up Program
- Agriculture & Farms
- Chain Stores & Franchises
- Commercial Offices
- Government Facilities
- Hospitals & Healthcare
- K-12 Schools
- Large Industrial Facilities
- Multifamily Properties
- New Construction
- Renewable Energy
- Retail Stores
- Small Businesses
- Water & Wastewater Facilities
Newly Constructed Buildings
Get incentives for installing energy efficient equipment in your new building.
New construction customers who are ineligible or otherwise choose not to participate in Focus on Energy's Design Assistance Program can still receive Focus on Energy incentives for equipment in their new buildings. Whether you want to install more efficient lighting or an ENERGY STAR oven, Focus on Energy has an incentive for you.
If you would like technical and financial assistance with the design of your new building, see Focus on Energy’s Design Assistance Program.
HOW DO I GET INCENTIVES FOR INSTALLING NEW EQUIPMENT?
Determine if your project requires pre-approval. Any project with an expected incentive exceeding $25,000 require pre-approval BEFORE project initiation or equipment purchase to guarantee fund availability. To obtain pre-approval, complete and submit the appropriate equipment incentive application.
Review the incentive eligibility requirements and, if necessary, refer to the prequalified equipment list. Purchase and install new equipment.
Submit a completed incentive application and an itemized invoice within 60 days of equipment installation.
Receive your incentive check in the mail and enjoy saving energy.
Agricultural New Construction
Please see the Agribusiness page for incentive information on existing buildings and new construction.
Please see the incentive catalogs and standard applications for incentive information on existing buildings and new construction.