Commercial Office, Hospital, Hotel, Industrial, Institutional
Spire Energy: Commercial Rebates
Having an energy audit is a great first step to identify and maximize energy savings. Spire offers rebates for energy audits conducted at the service location by a qualified professional. To qualify for the audit rebate, at least one eligible energy efficiency measure identified in the audit must be installed and the audit must be performed prior to the implementation of the eligible energy efficiency measure.
Applicable building size
Open opportunity to identify energy efficiency improvements through a professional and receive money to lessen the cost of the energy audit.
Incentive/funding details. Covers part of cost of energy audit if an identified energy efficiency measure is also installed as a result.
Contract structure. Contact Spire Energy for details.
Amount (max, min, average). Varies by square feet and whether if nonprofit or not. Max cover up to 75% of audit cost up to $750 per building. Minimum cover 50% of audit cost up to $375 per building.
Simple payback. Payment after standard or custom online rebate application submitted.
When in the project process an application should be started/completed. Application can be submitted with standard or custom rebate application. If custom incentive, application should be started and approved before equipment purchase.
Level of effort required. Application requires Spire account number, contractor information, and proof of purchase documents and additional equipment documentation. If custom, requires Spire account number, contractor information, description of your project, and third-party authorization form (if payment of rebate made to someone different than account holder).
Length of time to receive funding. Contact Spire Energy.
Contractor requirements. The customer must hire a licensed contractor.
Advantages. Rebate payment will help cover cost of identifying which equipment to upgrade, and can be paired with rebates that cover the cost of new energy-efficient equipment.
Ownership types or organizations are best suited for the program. Non-profit and special use; industrial; institutional; commercial office/retail.
Program fit for customer. Business unsure of which equipment needs upgrading or which upgrade will have the highest return on investment. Business trying to minimize emissions and maximize efficiency.