Common Area Lighting

Common Sense Upgrades for Common Areas

Let Ameren Illinois' energy efficiency program shed some light on your multifamily property common areas—and start lowering your energy costs today! Take advantage of our incentives to make money-saving upgrades to lighting in hallways and stairways, laundry rooms, community rooms, management offices and even exterior areas.

To be eligible for Ameren Illinois incentives for common area lighting, you must own or manage a multifamily property with three or more rental units serviced by Ameren Illinois.

Act now! This program is available on a limited, first-come, first-serve basis.

Steps to Save

It's easy to get started!

Step One

  • Contact your Multifamily energy advisor to enroll and schedule an audit of your property and consultation about the program.

Step Two

  • Submit your request to the Multifamily program.

  • Upon approval, program staff will schedule a time to complete the upgrades.

Step Three

  • Start saving with your energy efficiency improvements!

Other Resources

Make energy management a breeze: Portfolio Manager is a powerful online tool for measuring and tracking the energy and water your building uses, and for taking advantage of all the opportunities to make your apartment building or multifamily housing energy efficient.

Your Building Upgrade Guide: Check out this amazing online building upgrade manual outlining everything you can do to slash your apartment building's energy costs.

Uncommon solutions for common area lighting: Energy costs are generally the largest controllable expense in multifamily housing. Here are eight tips for minimizing multifamily property energy costs.

Big name in small energy bills. You see the ENERGY STAR® name all over the place these days. Maybe it’s time to learn a little something about this remarkable moniker. Learn more about the ENERGY STAR program.

The best of the best: If the Ameren Illinois Energy Efficiency Program could point you to just one resource for optimizing your building’s energy efficiency, ENERGY STAR's Multifamily housing resource page would be it.