The federal government and local municipalities offer a number of incentives and government rebates for LED lighting. Usage of many of uSaveLED’s energy-efficient LED lighting options qualifies businesses and commercial property owners for these governmental rebates and incentives. Local and federal rebates and incentives can help offset the cost of installing energy-efficient LED lighting, in addition to the operational savings recognized through lower utility and maintenance costs.
Most incentives and government rebates for LED lighting require specific certifications to qualify, such as Design Light Consortium (DLC) and Energy Star, and all LED lighting products offered through uSaveLED clearly indicate the certifications associated with each individual product. Additionally, installing LED lighting is a big step towards attaining LEED certification, which can result in eligibility for additional rebates and incentives.
uSaveLED continually monitors changing governmental programs, advising commercial customers of their eligibility for any available incentives and government rebates for LED lighting and helping them through the process of obtaining these rebates and incentives. More information about the local and federal rebates and incentives that may be available to your business can be viewed through the links below.
- National database for local and federal rebates and incentives: Click Here for Database of State Incentives for Renewables & Efficiency
- Information on LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification : Click Here Green building leadership is LEED
- Link to catalog (or area on the website that they can find) of products that carry certifications that qualify for most rebates (Design Light Consortium and Energy Star): Click Here to View LED Products
- Information on the 179D Federal Tax Deduction for Lighting: Click Here for 179D Commercial Buildings Energy-Efficiency Tax Deduction
- More 179D information: