Leading by example! Incentives for Heating/Cooling Rooftop Units!
July 31, 2014
“People may doubt what you say, but they will believe what you do!” Lewis Cass
saveONenergy has come out with a retrofit program for heating and cooling rooftop units for commercial and industrial buildings. The program is funded by the Ontario Power Authority and delivered through the local electric utilities across Ontario. This program is designed to save energy and cut costs by replacing your Unitary AC or Packaged Rooftop Unit (RTU) with a High Efficiency Unit and receive financial incentives towards the equipment.
Upgrading to a high efficiency heating, ventilation and air conditioning system is one of the largest energy savings opportunities for building retrofit and energy efficiency improvements. Secondary benefits include improved building comfort and reduced maintenance requirements. HVAC can represent between 25% and 70% of the monthly electricity consumption for most non-industrial buildings.
We have been telling current clients and future clients about the program and showing them the savings to be had. The savings in most cases vary from building to building but you can reduce capital costs, shorten payback periods, and cut operating costs by installing new Rooftop Units (RTU) leveraging saveONenergy incentives.
We believe in the program and have seen the results. So… we thought why not lead by example and start the energy savings here at Hogg Heating & Air Conditioning. Follow our process to believe the energy and money to be saved.
If you have any questions, concerns or require additional information please feel free to contact us at any of the sources provided. email@example.com, 519.772.2010, Twitter @HoggMechanical, Facebook Hogg Heating & Air Conditioning
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