One of the many notable investments PSE&G has made is the creation of the Business Energy Saver Program. This targeted initiative of people, programs, and money-saving services supports New Jersey businesses in becoming more energy efficient—in both mindset and action. It’s all about improving energy IQ, increasing energy efficiency gains, and creating a more sustainable community.
To achieve these goals, PSE&G’s Business Energy Saver Program features smart initiatives designed to accelerate and incentivize vital change for New Jersey. Here’s a quick peek at just a few of these important programs and options.
Energy Efficiency Advisers
Knowledgeable energy professionals are available to provide advice and consultation, free of charge, on more than just energy efficiency improvements, but also how on to apply and qualify for available rebates and other incentives.
On-Bill Repayment (OBR) Option
With this helpful tool, qualifying businesses can pay the balance of energy efficiency project costs not covered by incentives over five years, interest-free, on their energy bill. And that balance is the project cost remaining after all other eligible savings have been deducted.
Not all energy efficiency projects fit under the guidelines of existing state and federal rebate and deduction structures, but they can still produce measurable energy conservation results. Through the Custom Program, PSE&G’s professionals will consult with businesses and match these energy-saving improvements to their appropriate rebates and other discounts, plus assist with application and qualification processes.
These are just some of the top options 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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