Did You Know That Natural Gas Appliances…?
- Can reduce a commercial kitchen’s operating costs by more than 33%
- Enable foodservice establishments to continue to cook, use hot water* and serve customers—even when the power goes out
- Conserve energy every month and promote cleaner energy practices
*In the event of a power outage, a natural gas tank-style water heater continues to operate automatically while a tankless water heater requires a simple battery.
For more on specific foodservice appliances, see below.
Lodging / Hospitality
Whether you are a builder, plumber or simply looking to upgrade your own commercial HVAC equipment, it’s time to take advantage of the following natural gas technologies.
Tell homebuyers how they can get up to the following rebate amounts when they remodel with natural gas appliances—and turn any fixer-upper into a more attractive purchase.
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Old Gas Appliances
|Tank Water Heater||$500||$350|
Tank Water Heater1
|Tankless Water Heater||$675||$550|
Rebates are subject to program terms and conditions. * A water heater must have an Energy Factor (EF) of .63 or greater to qualify for a high-efficiency rebate. The Service Reactivation rebate requires a minimum of 24 months of inactivity and the purchase of a new natural gas water heater.
Please note: You must file for your appliance/equipment rebates within 1 year from your purchase date[s]. Rebate offer expires at end of 12-month period.