HVAC & Water Heater Incentives
Systematic Ways to Save
Start planning your 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
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
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
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.
Demand controlled ventilation can save your business thousands of dollars in energy costs. Take action and start saving!
Peoria Public Schools
Find out how Peoria Public Schools earned an A+ for their efficiency efforts by tackling a range of different efficiency projects — including HVAC upgrades.
Learn how an HVAC project helped MasterBrand Cabinets reduce energy use at their Arthur plant, saving as much as $70,000 per year in energy costs.
Find out how Pekin Hospital in Pekin is saving nearly $85,000 annually, thanks to a number of energy efficiency projects — including an HVAC project.
Discover how Crossbridge Chuch reduced their annual energy usage, thanks to several different types of projects — including interior lighting upgrades and installing smart thermostats.
Elmwood United Methodist Church
Learn how the Elmwood United Methodist Church saved more than $2,600 a year in heating and cooling costs after installing smart thermostats in their facility.