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Put Energy Back into Your Business

Smart business owners look for ways to save. SMART @ WORK programs offer rebates, tips and tools to help your business lower its energy costs. Better for the environment, and your bottom line.

In 2020, over 52 million kWh was saved through the I&M @Work energy efficiency programs. That’s enough to power about 4,351 typical homes for an entire year! The environment was helped by reducing emissions equal to taking 8,047 cars off the road for a year. Over 800 rebates totaling almost $2.6 million in rebates was paid to business customers.*

Rebates

More businesses today look to partner with companies who care about the environment. I&M provides many opportunities for businesses to earn rebates on energy-saving upgrades for equipment like HVAC, lighting, compressed air systems, industrial process improvements and more.

IM Power Rewards: Work AC
Reduce energy use and earn bill credits
Prescriptive Rebates
Get Rebates from a List of Energy-saving Projects
Custom Incentives
Get Rebates for Energy-Saving Projects Specific to Your Company
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Saving Energy

It has never been easier to save energy at work. I&M offers a variety of useful tips, videos and other resources so you can stretch your energy dollars while also helping the environment.

TIP #41
HVAC Systems
Keep exterior doors closed while running your HVAC. It sounds simple, but it will help avoid wasteful loss of heated or cooled air.
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Tools & Calculators

Energy Unit Conversions

Commercial Heat Pump Energy Calculator

Air-cooled Chiller Calculator

Explore More Ways to Save

Small Business Direct Install (SBDI)
Get Rebates for Energy-saving Projects
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Custom Incentives
Get Rebates for Energy-Saving Projects Specific to Your Company
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*Data as of 2020. Prior year data updated annually in June. Rebates and participation in 2020, were impacted by COVID-related program changes. Annual energy savings based on 12,000 kWh use per year. Estimated emissions reduction calculations are made using EPA.gov Greenhouse Equivalencies Calculator and gross verified kWh savings by program in 2020.

Product offerings and rebates are subject to change without notice. See the specific rebate application for Terms & Conditions.