Light Your Way To Savings
Start planning your 2018 project and take advantage of some of our highest incentives ever.
Lighting accounts for 20% to 50% of the average business' electricity consumption. On the bright side, that means you can enjoy significant savings — year after year — by making simple lighting improvements.
Cash incentives are available for a variety of Lighting projects, including:
Replace T12s with high-performance T8 or T5 lamps
LED exit signs
Interior LED lighting
LED case lighting
Highbay lighting replacements
Exterior lighting for parking lots, canopies, and garages
T8 to T5 relamp and reballast
How to Get Started
How to Get Cash Incentives
It’s simple to get started. Download the application guide and application 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 all incentive requests at $10,000 and greater)
- Submit required final paperwork to the Ameren Illinois Energy Efficiency Program
Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church
Learn more about how the Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church reduced energy costs by roughly $4,800 annually after making energy-efficient lighting upgrades to their facility.
Utica Public Library
Find out how the Utica Public Library improved the quality of light and will save more than $1,900 annually after replacing outdated incandescents with high-efficiency LEDs.
Discover how Uftring Automall in Peoria is saving $20,000 annually in energy costs with the installation of energy-efficient LED lighting in their dealerships.
Find out how Flex-N-Gate in Urbana reduced its carbon and energy footprint by making energy-efficient lighting upgrades to their facility and saving nearly $90,000 in annual savings.
Barrack's Hospitality Group
Learn how Barrack's Hospitality Group in Peoria reduced energy use by more than $3,500 each year after making energy-efficient lighting upgrades to their facility.
Find out how Northwoods Mall in Peoria improved the quality of light and reduced their energy use by as much as 69% after replacing inefficient incandescents with high-efficiency LED bulbs.
Learn how MasterBrand Cabinets reduced energy use at their Arthur plant with the help of energy-efficient lighting upgrades, saving as much as $70,000 per year in energy costs.
Find out how Sherman's is saving roughly $17,000 annually with energy-efficient lighting upgrades to the facility that houses their administrative offices, warehouse, and distribution center.
Discover how Olin Brass in East Alton reduced their annual energy usage by an estimated $1 million, thanks to several different types of projects — including lighting upgrades.
The Chateau Hotel and Conference Center
Discover how The Chateau in Bloomington used Ameren Illinois cash incentives to install LED lighting throughout their facility and reduce their annual electric bills by nearly $55,000.
Find out how Busey Bank's energy efficiency efforts — including T12 lighting replacement projects — have reduced energy costs in their facilities across Illinois.
Advocate BroMenn Medical Center
Discover how Advocate BroMenn in Normal is saving $45,000 annually in maintenance and energy costs with the installation of efficient LED lighting in their parking garage.
St. Anthony's Memorial Hospital
See how St. Anthony's Memorial Hospital in Effingham took advantage of simple upgrades to LED Exit Signs that go a long way in energy savings — nearly $5,000 each year!
Learn more about how Kroger Stores across Illinois are seeing up to 80% energy savings on their refrigerated cases through LED lighting upgrades.
T12 fluorescent lamps will be phased out of production due to new federal energy standards. Switch out those T12 fixtures with high-performance T8 or T5 lamps and an electronic ballast — you could see savings of 33% or more on your electric bills each year!
Get started on your project today and take advantage of these great incentives, including:
T12 to high-performance T8: $0.15/watt reduced
T12 to T5 new fixture: $0.15/watt reduced