Below is an overview of the Wisconsin Focus on Energy programs you may qualify for per the program’s website. If you have any questions please contact CJM Lighting and Electrical. Our technicians are dedicated to ensuring you get the most possible money out of your energy efficient lighting upgrade.
Business Incentive Program
This all encompassing program works with many different businesses that do not qualify for the other business programs. The Business Incentive Program serves farms, businesses, schools, local and non-local governments, industrial (small to medium), and hospitality customers.
ENERGY STAR Lighting
This Program is a retail-based promotion offering markdowns on select ENERGY STAR lighting products and low flow showerheads.
Express Energy Efficiency
Provides the direct installation of free energy savings products in communities throughout Wisconsin.
Multifamily Energy Savings
Improve the energy efficiency of your apartment or condo building.
Chain Stores and Franchises Program
Businesses that have a shared brand, central management, and five or more stores in Wisconsin can save energy and money through this program for chains and franchises. The program is limited to retail, restaurants, grocery and convenience stores.
Large Energy Users Program
Large energy users eligible for this program have an average monthly demand of 1,000 kW of electricity or 100,000 therms of natural gas and have previously been billed $60,000 for electricity, natural gas, or both for all of the customer’s facilities within a participating utility service territory.
Customers interested in building retro-commissioning services can find assistance with projects through this program.
Small Business Program
If your business has an average monthly demand of 100 kW or less you can find help with energy efficiency through the Small Business Program.
The Design Assistance program is for non-residential and multifamily new construction and major renovation projects, providing whole building energy analysis of energy-saving options for design professionals, builders and developers of new buildings in Wisconsin.