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Over time, changes in building equipment and occupancy can significantly make an impact on energy costs, employee comfort and productivity. Building owners looking to reduce energy usage can improve their facility performance through a Building Recommissioning study. For many facilities, the savings can be as high as 15% of the total energy bill1.

A Recommissioning study will look to improve the efficiency of existing building operations by identifying and tuning up less-than-optimal equipment within your facility.

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Step 1 - Diagnosis (Recommissioning Study)

Step 2 - Receive Preapproval

We will review your application and let you know how much study funding you qualify for. Once preapproved, you can begin your study.

Step 3 - Complete Your Study

Step 4 - Implementation and Submit Application

You choose which measures to implement. You may earn rebates on electric or natural gas equipment that cover up to 60% of the cost of making improvements.

Submit your signed application to receive your rebate. If you implement other types of measures, you may need to apply for one or more of our other business rebates.

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1 Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory “The Cost-Effectiveness of Commissioning New and Existing Commercial Buildings: Lessons from 224 Buildings”

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