Reduce the number of computer servers by running multiple operating systems on a single server.
Save big on energy costs: heat pads consume up to 70% less power than traditional heat lamps, lower annual energy and maintenance costs, and last up to 15 years.
10 dairy cows typically use as much energy as an average household uses every year. Let us help you make your farm more energy efficient with rebates.
The right system can monitor and turn on power inlets and fans, working in harmony with your sidewall curtains, panels, ridge outlets and chimneys – and helping cut your energy costs.
High efficiency fans circulate more air, use less energy, and make less noise! Efficient fans use up to 55% less energy, which can save big money on your power bill.
These waterers use super insulation, insulated covers and large volumes of water to prevent freeze-up and save on energy – in some cases, they use no energy at all!
Energy use is the most expensive part of a compressed air system. And a typical compressed air system may run far below peak efficiency.
You may not spend much time thinking about it, but compressed air can easily account for 30% of your total total electricity usage.
No-loss drain valves are known for remarkable energy efficiency. They do not waste compressed air – they only open when they reach a precise condensate level.
A variable speed drive is able to adjust power output to your compressor, rather than just turning it off and on.
Heating is the single largest use of energy for many hotels, and an HVAC occupancy sensor can cut energy costs while maintaining guest comfort.
Enthalpy economizers can reduce your air cooling costs by up to 50%. An economizer uses outdoor air for cooling extends the life of the equipment.
The most widely used appliance in the food industry, convection ovens continuously circulate heated air, reducing both cook times and temperatures.
By reducing water use during the final rinse, and reducing energy while idling between cycles, efficient dishwashers can save up to $68,000 off your power bill over their lifetime.
Using advanced burners and heat exchangers, efficient gas fryers can save money, energy and our environment: that’s just good business.
Not only do energy efficient griddles use about 10% less energy, they also offer improved thermostat controls and higher production capacity.
Whether you use ice for drinks, displays, patient care, or anything in between, improving your ice-making system can improve your bottom line.
Efficient commercial refrigerators use up to 40% less energy, using improved fans and offering more consistent temperatures in every part of the fridge.
Efficient ventilation fans can use up to 70% less energy than standard models. They cut energy use with better motors and blades, which also provide less noise.
Efficient natural gas dryers can use up to 50% less energy than conventional electric dryers.
LED lighting uses both light and energy more efficiently, saving money, energy, and the environment.
Use only the light you need. Lighting controls help save energy and money by adjusting the lighting to the situation.
A rebate for a high efficiency circulator pump - up to $400! This efficient, flexible pump for heating, cooling, and air conditioning can use far less energy than conventional technology.
A rebate for a energy efficient refrigeration controllers - up to $500! Commercial refrigeration can be a big energy cost for some businesses.
A rebate to help switch to an energy efficient cooler - $25 per linear foot!
A $50 rebate to install a vending machine controller! Vending machine controllers are small, easy-to-use devices that can cut refrigeration costs.
A rebate to install strip curtains for your display cases - $8 per linear foot! Adding strip curtains keeps cool air in, and warm air out.
A $200 rebate to help upgrade to a discuss or scroll refrigeration compressor.
A custom rebate to help supplement your commercial space heating system with solar technology.
A custom rebate to help supplement your commercial water heating system with solar technology.
Heat pump water heaters move heat, rather than generating it. As a result, they can use up to much less energy than regular electrical hot water tanks.