Energy Management Information System (EMIS) Incentives
The EMIS Incentive is designed for industry customers with an average demand of 2 MW or more of energy each month. Energy advisors will work with large industries to plan, implement and operate an energy management information system to help savings.
Funding Available – Large industry customers can get up to $20,000 to assess energy efficiency upgrades, up to $300,000 in incentives for implemented measures, and, if eligible, up to $150,000 in incentives for EMIS.
Eligibility – Large industry customers with an average of 2,000 kW or more of demand.
Energy Smart Commercial Buildings Retrofit Program
The Commercial Buildings Retrofit Program has been designed to help owners and operators of commercial buildings reduce electricity consumption, increase competitiveness, and create healthier, safer, and more comfortable workspaces for both their teams and customers.
Funding Available – Provides financial incentives of up to $3,000 towards an evaluation to determine the potential for energy efficiency upgrades in a commercial building and a maximum of $75,000 towards the energy retrofitting project costs.
Eligibility – Visit website for eligibility details. Qualifications for incentives for differently-sized buildings may apply.
Energy Smart Industrial Program
Program provides financial incentives and advice to make an industrial facility more energy efficient. By studying and implementing energy efficiency measures, facilities can better manage energy costs while improving productivity and competitiveness.
Eligibility – Visit website for eligibility details. Qualifications for incentives for differently-sized industries may apply.
Small Business Lighting Program
Program provides financial incentives to small businesses to offset the costs of upgrading their lighting systems and controls with energy-efficient products.
1. Must be an NB Power General Service I or II customer or a commercial entity as categorized by Saint John Energy, Edmundston Energy, or Perth-Andover Light Commission with an account in good standing;
2. Building electricity consumption less than 150 MWh/yr;
3. Building must be at least two years old; and
4. You must own, manage or lease the building.