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Understanding how building materials impact energy use through heat transfer can help you save energy. We offer rebates for installing new high performance windows and glass doors that increase energy efficiency.

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rebates for high-performance windows & glass doors
Your building envelope is the area separating the conditioned space inside your building from unconditioned space outside. It’s also where all heat transfer occurs. Installing high-performance windows and glass doors can improve the efficiency of your building envelope, resulting in lower energy costs year-round.
New windows and glass doors can incorporate any combination of glazing, coating, internal film or gas filling to meet specified U-factor and solar heat gain coefficient (SHGC) ratings. The lower a window’s U-factor and SHGC, the more efficient it is. (A window’s U-factor refers to how well it resists heat transfer; the SHGC is the fraction of the sun’s heat that enters through it.)
hvac rebates

Improving the efficiency of your HVAC equipment can lower energy costs and improve the comfort of your employees and customers.


energy information services

​Manage and track how your facility uses energy with our online tool that analyzes energy use in your 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.

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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.


energy studies

Find out precisely how your business is wasting energy. Rebates for energy studies can offset up to 50% of the qualifying cost of audits, feasibility studies, design assistance and more.


​We regularly hold energy efficiency workshops for customers and industry professionals. Learn about the latest energy-saving technologies and take advantage of our 50% tuition discounts.

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apsFYI newsletter

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

trade allies
Work with a Trade Ally to ensure your project is a success. They are trained on our program requirements and application process so your project will move through the process quickly.
Below are Trade Allies who specialize in building envelope, or view a complete list of Trade Allies.
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AAA Cooling Specialists(480) 481-0000Equipment Vendor, HVAC Consulting, HVAC Installation, HVAC TuneUp, Motors/Drives/PumpsMetro, Northwest10
AAF - McQuay Service Inc(602) 997-0622Energy Audits/Consulting, Equipment Vendor, HVAC Consulting, Motors/Drives/PumpsStatewide4
Abbott Energy Inc.(480) 760-5403Energy Audits/Consulting, Equipment Vendor, HVAC Consulting, Lighting Consulting, Pump ServicesMetro, Southwest, Northeast, Southeast, Northwest0
Absolute Zero, Inc.(602) 867-1275HVAC Consulting, HVAC Installation, Lighting InstallationNorthwest24
AC3E Hospitality Services(602) 525-0211Energy Audits/Consulting, HVAC Consulting, HVAC Installation, Lighting Consulting, Refrigeration Consulting, Refrigeration Installation Northeast, Southwest, Northwest, Metro, Southeast0
Accutemp Refrigeration Inc(602) 957-3745HVAC Installation, HVAC TuneUp, Refrigeration InstallationNorthwest, Southwest, Metro24
Ace Home Services LLC(602) 943-2000Equipment Vendor, HVAC Consulting, HVAC InstallationSoutheast, Metro, Northwest0
Aether Energy Management(404) 258-8841HVAC Consulting, Lighting Consulting, Pump ServicesSouthwest, Northeast, Northwest, Southeast, Metro0
Affordable Energy Solutions(480) 699-1481Energy Audits/Consulting, HVAC ConsultingMetro, Northwest0
AGR Consulting(602) 288-8900Energy Audits/Consulting, Engineering, HVAC Consulting, Lighting Consulting, Refrigeration Consulting, Motors/Drives/PumpsStatewide6
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energy saving tips
  • External window screens are excellent ways to control the sun’s heat for one- or two-story buildings.
  • Low-E windows provide excellent thermal insulation against weather extremes and can effectively reduce solar heat gain.
  • Window tints and reflective films help reduce solar gain but can also reduce your visual connection with the outdoors.