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For Business Customers in Iowa

Food Service Equipment

Item Rebate Rebate Form
Commercial refrigeration Varies Rebate form
Commercial cooking Varies Rebate form
LED case lighting $75/case door Rebate form
Motors $40-$75 Rebate form
Heating, Cooling and Water Heating

Item Rebate Rebate Form
Natural gas furnace and boilers Varies Rebate form
ECM furnace fan $75 Rebate form
Air-source heat pump Varies Rebate form
Electric and natural gas water heaters Varies Rebate form
Ground-source heat pump Varies Rebate form
Ductless minisplits Varies Rebate form
Add-on desuperheater $400 per unit Rebate form
Programmable thermostat $25 Rebate form
Central air conditioners Varies Rebate form
Packaged terminal air conditioners $78 per ton Rebate form
Chillers, air-cooled with condenser $100 x capacity Rebate form
Insulation

Item Rebate Rebate Form
Attic/roof/ceiling Lesser of [$0.032 x (R-value increase x area in square feet)] or 70% installed cost Rebate form
Sidewall Lesser of [$0.04 x (R-value increase x area in square feet)] or 70% installed cost Rebate form
Lighting

Item Rebate Rebate Form
Linear fluorescent lighting Varies Rebate form
Lighting controls $20 - $35 Rebate form
High-efficiency metal halide – interior and exterior Varies Rebate form
LED fixtures – interior and exterior Varies Rebate form
LED linear lamps Varies Rebate form
LED interior lamps Varies Rebate form
LED traffic lights $25 - $125 Rebate form
Energy-Efficient Motors and Variable-Speed Drives

Item Rebate Rebate Form
Motors Varies Rebate form
Variable-speed drives Varies Rebate form
Other Rebates

Item Rebate Rebate Form
Custom Varies Rebate form
Windows $25/window or 80% of installed cost, whichever is less Rebate form
Destratification fans $1,000 Rebate form
How can we help you?
Download the 2015 Iowa Energy Efficiency Rebate Information For Your Business booklet

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A water heater is one of the home’s hardest working appliances and a great place to begin being more energy efficient. Start by setting the hot water temperature to no higher than 120 degrees Fahrenheit. Learn More