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Commercial HVAC Optimization Program

Frequently Asked Questions
Generate more leads and close more business as a participating Optimization Contractor

Program Benefits

Program Benefits

  • Why would I want to become a PG&E approved service contractor?
  • Will it cost me anything to participate?
  • Will I be required to go through special training?
  • Will PG&E supply me with customer leads?
  • How and when do I receive my incentives?
  • How many scheduled visits will I be required to make during the year?
  • What resources are available for me to sell the program to my customers?

Did You Know?


Customers who participate in the Gold Tier of the Commercial HVAC Optimization Program can receive up to $3,836 in incentives per unit!

Did You Know?


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.

Did You Know?


Customers who switch from a “service only when needed” plan to the Commercial HVAC Optimization Program can save up to $500/year/unit* in operating, servicing and repair costs! Even customers who operate with a regular “check-based” plan could save up to $260/year/unit*.

*Values reflect national average based on a 10-ton cooling capacity unit.

Did You Know?


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!

Did You Know?


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.

Did You Know?


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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