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HVAC & Water Heater Incentives

Start planning your 2018 project and take advantage of some of our highest incentives ever.

Proper heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) are key to maintaining a comfortable and productive work environment. Collectively, these systems account for up to 40% of the energy used in businesses. Your organization can enjoy significant savings year after year with  improvements to your HVAC system.

Cash incentives are available for a variety of HVAC/Water Heater projects, including:

  • Demand controlled ventilation

  • Variable frequency drives (VFDs)

  • Furnace and boiler replacements

  • Air conditioner replacement

  • Water heaters

How to Get Cash Incentives

It’s simple to get started. Visit the equipment incentive page of your choice and you can:

  • Get general information on the program

  • View answers to frequently asked questions

  • Determine eligibility

  • Get details on cash incentives

  • Apply for incentives (pre-approval required for requests exceeding $10,000)

  • Submit required final paperwork to the Ameren Illinois Energy Efficiency Program

More Information

A demand control ventilation (DCV) system is an integral part of a building’s ventilation design.

  • A demand controlled ventilation (DCV) system regulates air flow in your facility's spaces based on actual need, such as occupancy

  • By reducing the amount of air that needs to be heated or cooled, DCV can yield big energy savings for your facility — up to $1.00 per square foot each year!

Demand controlled ventilation can save your business thousands of dollars in energy costs. Take action and start saving!

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