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Commercial and Industrial Rebate Program

Eligibility 
Commercial
Industrial
Local Government
Nonprofit
Schools
State Government
Federal Government
Tribal Government
Agricultural
Institutional
Savings Category 
Refrigerators/Freezers
Lighting
Chillers
Heat Pumps
Motors
Processing and Manufacturing Equipment
Custom/Others pending approval
Other EE
Data Center Equipment
Maximum Rebate 

$1000/kW

Program Info
Sector Name 
State
Administrator 
Ameresco
Funding Source 

Connecticut Ratepayers Federally-Mandated Congestion Charges

State 
Connecticut
Program Type 
Rebate Program
Rebate Amount 

Up to 100% of project cost

Summary 
Note: The program is still open for select projects. Contact the program administrator for more information. 

Connecticut electricity customers that install energy efficiency equipment and reduce their energy use during peak hours may be eligible for a rebate based on the amount of kilowatt-hours (kWh) saved during peak hours. Any customer in Connecticut, whether building a new facility or retrofitting an existing facility, is eligible to apply. The key consideration for qualifying is that the customer's proposed energy efficiency retrofits or new building plans must result in energy savings during the winter peak (5 p.m. and 7 p.m. in December and January) and summer peak (1 p.m. and 5 p.m. in June, July and August).


Examples of energy-efficient technologies that could qualify include lighting and lighting controls, HVAC systems, refrigeration, motors and variable frequency drives (VFDs) and energy efficient improvements to overall manufacturing processes or data centers. Examples of "ideal" customers include retail facilities, two-shift manufacturing/industrial facilities, parking garages, hospitals, and other facilities with long hours of operation. Businesses, non-profits, and government facilities interested in applying should review the program web site above for more information.

The Connecticut Department of Public Utility Control (now the Public Utility Regulatory Authority) designated Ameresco, an independent energy company, to manage this program, which is intended to save five megawatts (MW) of electricity. The program is funded by a federally-mandated congestion charge.