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From lighting upgrades to energy-efficient refrigeration equipment, our rebates and resources make saving energy even more cost-effective and better for your bottom line. To get started, open the tabs below to see your rebate options and helpful resources, find a trade ally and check out some energy efficiency tips for small businesses.


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program overview

​Whether you have a small office or a large office, the Solutions for Business program can give you rebates and resources to increase your energy savings. Read the energy efficiency guides below to see how you can start saving right away. Also included is a program overview to show you what’s new; for a more detailed understanding of how the program works, check out the policies and procedures document.

prescriptive rebates

According to ENERGY STAR®, one-third of commercial building energy use goes to waste—most of which comes from HVAC and lighting. Find rebates for HVAC and lighting energy upgrades, and much more, below.

custom rebates

If your office energy upgrade doesn’t appear on our list of prescriptive rebates above, it may qualify for a valuable custom rebate.


express solutions

​If your office meets a minimum monthly demand for electricity, you’re eligible for a free facility assessment and rebates that cover up to 90% percent of lighting and refrigeration project costs.


energy information services

Track and manage how your office uses energy with our online tool that analyzes energy use in your office buildings and across properties.



​We’ve partnered with National Bank of Arizona to offer low-interest-rate financing for qualifying projects. Rebates reduce upfront project costs and this financing offer may cover the rest.

contact us

Solutions for Business team
Monday thru Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
(866) 333-4735​


find a contractor
​Contact a Trade Ally who specializes in our programs.

national bank of arizona
The new Yuma Regional Office of National Bank of Arizona (NB|AZ) provides a building that is greater than the sum of its parts. NB |AZ designed its new office in southwest Arizona to include energy-efficient measures that would help manage energy costs.

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energy studies

Take control of energy waste in your office by understanding how your business uses energy. Rebates for energy studies can offset up to 50% of the qualifying cost of audits, feasibility studies, design assistance and more.



Keep facility staff in the loop on the latest energy-saving technologies. We regularly hold energy efficiency workshops for APS customers and industry professionals, including 50%-percent tuition discounts.

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apsFyi newsletter

Our quarterly newsletter offers information and advice to help your facility save energy and money.

office tips
  • Install occupancy sensors  in restrooms, break rooms, storage areas and walk-in refrigerators to save as much as 30–75% on lighting energy.
  • Replace your aging or inoperable HVAC system  with a properly sized ENERGY STAR qualified model and save as much as $900 per year.  
  • ENERGY STAR® qualified office and imaging products use 30–75% less electricity than standard equipment.
  • Turn off your equipment if you’re not using it for even 15 minutes. Although the energy needed to warm up your office equipment is high, it usually only lasts a few seconds.
  • Sleeping computers still draw some energy, so turn them off - along with copiers, printers and other equipment - when not in use.
  • Identify potential energy efficiency improvements with a walkthrough assessment or professional energy audit. Establish baseline energy usage, track changes to document the impact, target your most inefficient systems and use savings for additional capital investments. 
  • Use controls  to effectively manage HVAC systems, lighting circuits, hot-water heaters, office equipment, battery chargers and more.
  • Reduce lighting energy use  by 15–25% when you replace overhead T12 fluorescent lamps and magnetic ballasts with premium efficient T8 fluorescent lamps and electronic ballasts.