Get the most out of your HVAC package systems at low or no additional cost
Become energy efficient and demonstrate your commitment to the environment
Improve indoor air quality and comfort for employees and customers
Lowers HVAC operating, repair and replacement costs with rebates paid directly to you
PG&E’s HVAC Optimization Program for existing rooftop units offers up to $959 per unit! These rebates help you:
Designed to maximize the efficiency of your customers’ existing rooftop units, the program pays incentives directly to you and your customers for participating in the Standard 180 Commercial HVAC Optimization Program.
And as a participating contractor, the incentives aren’t the only benefit for you!
Conventional HVAC maintenance services focus on a general operations inspection and a few basic maintenance tasks. Typically contractors will only service the filter and clean the coil of covered units.
The HVAC Optimization Program, based on the ANSI / ASHRAE / ASHRAE / ACCA Standard 180 (an industry standard for quality maintenance) is a comprehensive, properly sequenced maintenance program that helps improve energy efficiency and reliability, equipment life, thermal comfort and indoor air quality.
The Commercial HVAC Optimization Program is designed for rooftop package and split-system units, and can help to lower your HVAC operating, repair and replacement costs, and to minimize system failures that can threaten business operations.
You can save even more! PG&E offers your business many ways to save. Get more information on PG&E’s Energy Efficiency Programs and incentives by visiting pge.com/moneybacksolutions.
The Commercial HVAC Optimization Program offers Incentives, paid directly to the customer and the contractor, to help offset the incremental cost of the Optimization service agreement! Find a Participating Contractor to get started!
In Northern California, one-third of a typical commercial building’s energy usage comes from HVAC systems 1 and PG&E’s Commercial HVAC Optimization Program can help you lower HVAC operating costs.
1 CEUS 3/2006 Report
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