Due to the success of the Energizing Indiana rebates we are booked through the rest of the promotional period and not accepting new projects until 2014. Visit our lighting page to learn more about our lighting division and how new high efficient lighting can improve your facility.
I can assure you that is a screenshot of a real payback calculation for a customer that upgraded their warehouse to high efficient lighting. You are probably trying to figure out how something can have more incentives available than the cost to purchase the product right?
The customer from the above image was able to get their industrial lighting upgrade paid entirely through tax rebates and incentives. You read that right, you may be able to get paid to upgrade your lighting. A recently announced doubling of the Energizing Indiana Commercial and Industrial (C&I) Prescriptive Rebate Program has driven many companies to finally make the jump to upgrading their current halide or T12 lighting.
There is always a catch to something so good right? Yes but it is a small one. You need to have the entire project (installed and rebates applied for) prior to November 30th, 2013.
While it should be obvious why now is the time to upgrade your lighting how do you know you need them? At a basic level if your manufacturing facility or distribution center still has metal halide lights (the yellow looking ones that take forever to heat up) or T12 (thick tube lights) then you need new lights.
There are many benefits of upgrading to high efficiency lighting. They include;
While it is possible to perform a lighting upgrade on your own, it isn't recommended. In the same way that you are experts in your field bringing in lighting experts gives your project the best chance of success with no hiccups. FlexPAC has a lighting division called Flex Green that has extensive experience in performing lighting upgrades. In addition, ensuring federal and local tax rebates and incentives are applied for properly is an invaluable part of what Flex Green brings to the table.