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APS can help you save money with programs and advice tailored for small businesses. Options include rebates for a wide range of energy efficiency improvements and tips to help you manage your energy usage.​


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We are dedicated to helping you manage your energy usage.  With this in mind, we have several options available to you.


online access 24/7

Setup your online account and be in the know. You'll have full access to your billing and usage history, be able to make payments online and setup reminders for due dates, usage thresholds and more.

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budget billing

When you sign up for Budget Billing, you’ll discover how easy it is to keep track of your business expenses each month.

payment options

We make it easy to pay your bill with a variety of payment options.


solutions for business

​Reducing energy use is one of the easiest and most cost-effective ways to improve a business’s bottom line. More than 10 years ago, we started the Solutions for Business program to help customers do just that. The program provides rebates to help offset the cost of upgrading to more energy efficient equipment and resources to guide you along the way. 

“We got our electric bill the other day and thought, ‘Wow! It just keeps going down."  -Ruth Leatherman, Owner of New York Bagels ‘N Bialys 

express solutions

Put your small business on the fast track to energy savings. Express Solutions offers a free energy assessment and discounts up to 90% on the purchase and installation of qualifying lighting and refrigeration equipment.​


standard rebates

Upgrades to equipment such as lighting, heating and cooling, motors and refrigeration are tried and true ways to save energy and lower your monthly bill. Our set rebate amounts make it easy to participate.

custom rebates

Take energy savings to the next level with custom rebates. If your project doesn’t appear on our list of standard rebates, we’d be happy to look at it and see if it would qualify for a custom rebate.

energy efficiency guides

Saving energy shouldn’t be one-size fits all approach, so we’ve created guides to help you find the best options based on your business type.

apsFYI newsletter

Our newsletter is a great resource to stay up to date on energy-efficiency and other programs we offer. If you are interested in having this emailed directly to you, please register on 

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.

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energy tips
  • Install occupancy sensors  in restrooms, break rooms, storage areas and walk-in refrigerators to save as much as 30–75% on lighting energy.
  • Sleeping computers still draw some energy, so turn them off - along with copiers, printers and other equipment - when not in use.
  • A well-crafted operation and maintenance program can save 5–20% on your energy bills without requiring a significant capital investment. Take into account changes in occupancy and use, including vacation and weekend shutdowns.​ A comprehensive program includes cooling tune-up, cleaning coils, changing air and water filters​, verifying operation and adjusting setpoints of sensors and controls, calibrating thermostats and humidistats​, cleaning light fixtures, and group re-lamping.
  • 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.
  • ENERGY STAR qualified products use 30–74% less electricity than standard office equipment. Look for efficient models when you replace or buy new office equipment like copiers and fax machines. Read more energy-saving tips for your office .
  • Replace old refrigerators and dishwashers with ENERGY STAR® qualified products that use 15–40% less energy than other models.
  • Save up to $500 per year when you use a programmable thermostat  to raise the temperature after hours.
  • Save $900 per year when you replace your aging HVAC system with a properly sized high-efficiency model.