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SRP increase rebates for energy efficiency

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Own a business? Want to lower your electric bills and decrease your carbon footprint (i.e., do your part for the environment)? Salt River Project (SRP) is offering more than $11 million in energy-efficiency rebates for businesses of all sizes, an increase of nearly 40 percent from 2010.

Swap out that old air conditioner in the warehouse or replace that ancient refrigerator in the break room, and SRP’s PowerWise Business Solutions program will pay up to $300,000 a year for energy-efficient upgrades. The program covers major systems like ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC), lighting and heating, and compressed-air and refrigeration equipment. Businesses can even propose custom projects.

SRP has collaborated with a select group of skilled contractors, vendors and engineering firms to ensure customers will get the maximum benefit by implementing energy-efficiency measures.

For more information about SRP rebates and energy-saving tips for businesses, visit savewithsrpbiz.com. Rebates are limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis. To be sure of eligibility for a rebate, contact SRP before initiating any project.

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