Small Business Energy Solutions
Small businesses know better than most that a dollar saved is a dollar earned. Taking some simple steps to increase your business’s energy efficiency is an easy way to boost your bottom line—and achieve other benefits including improved comfort in your space.
How We Can Help
Small businesses and small nonprofit organizations can receive a complimentary on-site analysis of your energy use and easy-to-follow recommendations on ways to save.
You can take advantage of incentives that cover up to 70% of the cost of qualifying upgrades to lighting and refrigeration controls. Plus, you can choose to spread your 30% of the cost over 12 monthly payments through a no-interest BGE Small Business Energy Advance, so you’ll see a fast return on your investment. Our prequalified contractors make installation fast and easy.
Who Is Eligible
Small business and small nonprofit customers in BGE’s service territory on rate schedules G and GS are eligible to participate, regardless of your gas and electricity supplier.
Contact a Contractor
To participate in this program, you must contact one of the approved BGE program contractors assigned to your geographic area.
If you have a business, such as a restaurant or convenience store, that has refrigeration or other cooling-related needs, contact the approved BGE program contractor listed below.
New Smart Thermostat
But wait—there’s more! Put the latest smart technology to work for your business. Now you can get an ecobee3 lite smart thermostat and professional installation—a $229 value—for just $69. With a smart thermostat, your business can:
1. Save up to 10% on your annual heating and cooling costs.*
2. Control your HVAC system from anywhere using your smartphone, tablet or computer.
Learn more about the benefits of installing a smart thermostat and schedule an appointment with our participating contractor today.
*Savings compared to a conventional thermostat operating a five-ton rooftop unit providing electric heating and cooling in a small retail environment. You may realize more or less savings based on equipment, fuel source, operating hours and business and building type.