Incentives Blog

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16Aug

Did you know that there are three different types of TLED tube replacements? Most people don’t, but the type of lamp you choose can impact your savings from rebate and incentive opportunities.

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25Jul

The Design Lights Consortium, commonly referred to as “DLC,” is a non-profit organization whose mission is to define quality LED products to promote efficient lighting.

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20Jun

It’s not uncommon for incentive programs to run out of funds. However, this year we’re seeing an unusual number of programs not only run out, but also much earlier than normal.

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15May

When your dim, uneven lighting illuminates the fact that a LED lighting retrofit is in your near future, it can be difficult to determine a course of action that delivers the best value.

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17Apr

Another EEI National Key Accounts workshop has come and gone! As always, the show was a great opportunity to network, learn and get important industry updates.

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09Mar

LED tubes have become a common upgrade in the industry and to date, many utility programs have been offering incentives for this solution.

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08Feb

At the end of 2016, we predicted some of the changes that we anticipated for 2017 programs.

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03Jan

With 2016 in the books, I reflect back on a very successful year for EMC and particularly the Incentive Team!

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06Dec

As 2016 comes to a close it’s time to look ahead to 2017 and start planning your lighting projects.

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01Nov
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04Oct

As the leaves start to change and the cooler weather arrives it means one thing in Minnesota—fall has arrived and winter is soon to follow. It also means it’s time for another EEI National Key Accounts Workshop.

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06Sep

Last summer, I discussed some changes to the DesignLights Consortium Qualified Product list, specifically the addition of a new “premium” category. We are now starting to see the impact this has on utility incentive programs.

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