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Already installed LEDs? See if you can claim a rebateWhile many rebate and incentive programs require pre-approval, some will let you file rebate paperwork after the work has been done.
Things to keep in mind for LED rebates:
Often, rebate and incentive programs have requirements products must meet in order to qualify for funds. They may require a certain wattage, shape, warranty or listing by an organization such as Energy Star or Design Lights Consortium. BriteSwitch can analyze your project and make sure the products meet the necessary incentive program requirements.
Pre-approval and timing
Many programs require that you receive pre-approval before you purchase or install any lighting. The average time it takes to get pre-approval across North America is 29 days. You should make sure to start the process early so you don't miss out on any money.
Some programs may advertise a flat $40 per lamp rebate, but often these rebates are capped at a certain percentage of project cost. Other programs may promise "up to" a certain percentage in project cost back, but it will be limited by the financial payback time of the project.