ComEd Lighting Incentives
The ComEd Energy Efficiency Program offers facilities and businesses incentives to help reduce their energy use through energy-saving LEDs, including fixture retrofits and replacements, networked lighting sensors and controls.
Starting is Easy... Here's How:
1. Schedule an Assessment
Contact Connexion to request a Facility Assessment. We will assess your facility for potential electrical savings during a site walk through.
2. Receive Recommendations
Connexion will put together a comprehensive recommendation for lighting upgrade opportunities that will improve the energy efficiency of your business.
3. Make Improvements & Apply Incentives
Once you decide to move forward with your energy efficient lighting upgrade, Connexion provides a complete turnkey service that ensures your project moves seamlessly from concept to completion to measurement and verification. We handle everything from material supply, installation coordination, incentive management, recycling of your old lamps and ballasts, and more!
ComEd Instant Discounts
The ComEd Energy Efficiency Program offers commercial, industrial and public sector customers immediate discounts when purchasing qualified lighting products through Connexion.
Receive Instant Discounts On:
- Linear LED Lamps
- Reduced Wattage Linear Fluorescent Lamps
Screw-In & Pin-Base Lamps
- Directional LED Lamps (MR, PAR16, PAR20, PAR30, PAR38, Reflector)
- Decorative Lamps
- Screw-In HID LED Lamps (Medium Base, Mogul Base)
- Pin-Base LED Lamps
- LED Trim Kits & Downlights
- LED Wallpacks
LED Exit Signs
- Hard-Wired LED Exit Signs Retrofit Kits
- Screw-Based LED Exit Sign Retrofit Lamps
- LED, T-I or Electroluminescent Exit Signs
ComEd Public Buildings in Distressed Communities Offering
The Public Buildings in Distressed Communities Offering is an Illinois Commerce Commission approved energy efficiency offering for January 1, 2019 - December 31, 2021. The offering is funded by Commonwealth Edison Company as part of their 2019-2021 Open Source Offering. The offering is administered by the Smart Energy Design Assistance Center (SEDAC), a public-private partnership between the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and 360 Energy Group.
This offering?s purpose is to help public facilities located in economically distressed communities save money and energy, as well as to address deferred maintenance and other optimization opportunities.
Lighting Kit Measures Include:
- LED Interior Lighting
- LED Exterior Lighting
- Advanced Power Strips
- Occupancy Sensors
- Exit Signs
New Code Adoption
To remain current with energy codes adopted by the state of Illinois, ComEd is switching the lighting baseline requirement from IECC 2015 to IECC 2018, effective January 1, 2020.
Submit pre-approval applications for your projects with custom lighting incentives by December 31, 2019 to qualify for incentives based on the IECC 2015 baseline.
Keeping Cool and Saving Big
In a recent study conducted for one of the nation?s largest full-service wireless carriers, our team of experts evaluated the company?s wireless switch locations and the operation of the electrical and HVAC equipment. In doing so, the team identified over $10,000 in savings by reducing maintenance costs for one of the company?s computer room air conditioning units.
"ComEd provided expertise and guidance to capture significant savings without having a negative impact on our operations." ? Telecommunications Customer
To learn more about other energy efficiency opportunities for your telecom customers visit ComEd.com/Telecom.