Street and Roadway Lighting Pilot Program offered by the Illinois Clean Energy Community Foundation for eligible municipalities, villages, towns, and townships. Deadline for applications is March 13, 2015.
Illinois Energy Now is an energy efficiency program administered by the State of Illinois that provides millions of dollars in rebates to public facilities that make equipment improvements to their electric and natural gas systems. More than $70 million is available annually to help fund these projects.
Illinois Energy Now is having a big year! Demand for public sector incentives has been very high, and funding for some programs has been exhausted. Read more...
Funding availability summary (for both public and private sector clients)
Energy Code Training Opportunities Announced. Five training sessions are scheduled round the state between October 2014 and May 2015.
Program Announcements for Public Sector Energy Efficiency
HELP with incentive application is available!
SEDAC staffer, Eileen Westervelt, publishes in the AEE Journal Strategic Planning for Energy and the Environment, Volume 34, Number 3. The article is published here with the permission of Fairmont Press, http://fairmontpress.com
provided on behalf of Illinois Energy Now
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Visit DCEO’s Illinois Energy Now Trade Ally Program site.
Offering savings through direct install of efficient products to qualified PUBLIC facilities.
DCEO Energy Code training at ildceo.net/energycode
All the Illinois Energy Now energy incentives offered by DCEO are summarized here.
Number of energy assessments: 1,644
Annual energy cost savings achieved: $14.9 million
Potential annual cost savings identified: $58.7 million
Building square footage assessed: 170.8 million sf
Retro-commissioning (completed or in progress): 119