Springfield Utility Board

Commercial & Industrial Lighting

Commercial Lighting Incentive

Use SUB’s incentives to improve your facility’s lighting with high performance fluorescents, LEDs or other efficient lighting. Print and complete the Commercial Lighting Incentive Application, attach a proposal from an electrician or lighting contractor, and submit to SUB for approval.

Incentives are listed in the Commercial and Industrial Lighting Program Offerings brochure and in the Excel®-based SUB Lighting Calculator 4-2016. The SUB calculator and Incentives are based on but not identical to BPA’s region-wide Lighting Program Offering. Note that to be eligible for incentives projects must be approved by SUB before installation.


Specifications and Qualifying Lighting Equipment:

Qualifying High-Performance T8 lamps and ballasts – http://library.cee1.org/content/commercial-lighting-qualifying-products-lists

LED Qualified Products Lists – http://lightingdesignlab.com/led-list


Commercial Lighting Guides

These guides are templates for energy efficient lighting designs for various types of commercial spaces. If you are aiming at getting a rebate from SUB, going for a tax credit, or working on LEED points, you will find these incredibly useful.


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