Common preseason maintenance and repair tasks can include reconditioning burners, cleaning out furnaces, flues, and ductwork, and inspecting and replacing worn seals and gaskets on aging boilers and pipework. While these activities may seem like standard fare for the season, they can have a significant impact on how efficiently your heating system operates. In addition, many of these relatively simple and straightforward fixes might also be incentivized—whether the work is done through contractors or performed DIY. Why not take advantage of funding to help decrease such energy upgrade costs?
Depending on the type of incentive applied for, businesses can save in two tangible ways: through upfront deductions or rebates paid upon project completion; and by lowering overall energy use and spend.
To help New Jersey businesses learn more about applying for money-back programs, PSE&G has assembled an expert team of Energy Efficiency Advisers (EEAs) as part of the Business Energy Saver Program. These energy professionals understand the incentive landscape and are happy to offer guidance on all levels of energy efficiency improvement—free of charge. This comes as good news, and at the right time, for New Jersey businesses looking to conserve, save, and become more sustainable this winter. Get in touch with a PSE&G EEA today and start planning your next incentivized energy efficiency tune-up or improvement.
These are just some of the programs and solutions available through PSE&G’s Business Energy Saver Program. New Jersey businesses are encouraged to explore these and many other resources at bizsave.pseg.com or by calling 1-844-300-PSEG (7734). Learn how PSE&G is committed to being a trusted partner in energy efficiency.
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