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LIGHTING and REBATES
For a limited time, business owners on the South Fork of Long Island have the unique opportunity to make energy efficient lighting upgrades to their business.
South Fork Peak Savers Turn-Key Lighting Solution
Here’s how it works!
A South Fork Peak Savers field representative will conduct a free commercial lighting assessment of your facility. The assessment will identify energy efficient upgrade opportunities and provide savings solutions. South Fork Peak Savers will leverage PSEG Long Island rebate programs and add additional funds to make the cost of the project, in most cases, FREE!
Use a contractor of your choice for self-install lighting upgrades. Here’s how it works!
As a commercial customer on the South Fork you are eligible for a higher incentive from PSEG Long Island. In addition, SPFS will provide 30% on top of the PSEG Long Island incentive.
A contractor of your choosing will work with you in identifying energy efficient upgrade opportunities and provide savings solutions. Then you can take advantage of the enhanced rebates offered by South Fork Peak Savers and PSEG Long Island. To get started, work with your contractor in identifying lighting opportunities.
For questions or for more information, please call 1-833-346-2181 or email email@example.com
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