Are you considering a move to electricity from a carbon fuel source or a chemically driven process? Your project might qualify for a Custom Electrification rebate!
In many cases, a move to electric can result in process improvements and carbon footprint reductions. Project examples can include geothermal HVAC, air-source heat pumps (units larger than 65,000 BTUH), variable refrigerant flow HVAC, and manufacturing processes. Whether you are replacing existing fossil fuel equipment or doing a new installation, we will discuss the project with you to see if it’s a good fit for a Custom Electrification Rebate.
Vermillion hospital updates qualify for energy-efficiency rebates
Dakota Hospital Foundation/Sanford Hospital in Vermillion, S.D., recently received a Bright Energy Solutions® rebates totaling $16,709 for a new construction project. As the hospital’s emergency, MRI, and examination rooms were being updated over the past eight months, the Foundation included the installation of LED lighting, variable frequency drives on cooling and air-handling equipment, and a new 110-ton chiller.Read Full Story
Space heating takes up a lot of space on your energy bill. It accounts for 36 percent of the total energy used in commercial buildings, according to the U.S. Department of Energy. If your boiler or furnace is older or in need of repair, upgrading to a new, high-efficiency system can really save you money.Read More Tips