Commercial Motors Rebate

Replacing old, inefficient equipment with new, energy efficient models is an effective way to help you minimize your energy use and maximize your return on investment. We offer rebates up to $1,192 for premium efficiency commercial motors, whether you purchase a new one or replace an existing motor.

Does your business use large electric motors? If so, when it’s time to replace them we encourage you to consider a high-efficiency model. Not only will you be rewarded with a rebate when you buy and install your new equipment, but your investment will continue to pay you back year-after-year in the form of lower energy costs.

Here are some things to keep in mind when considering replacing your worn out electric motors-

  • When purchasing new equipment, specify that all included motors be premium efficiency.
  • TID will provide cash incentives for each energy efficient motor purchased.
  • Replace burned out motors with premium efficiency motors instead of over-the-counter, standard efficiency motors.
  • Motors must be three-phase induction type, open drip proof (ODP), totally enclosed fan cooled (TEFC) classification, or general purpose application as well as Design A or B.
  • Motors must be new, NEMA Premium Efficiency motors ranging in size between 1 and 200 horsepower with Nominal Full Load Efficiency that meets or exceeds the values listed in the application.
  • Design C or D motors are not eligible.
Commercial motors rebate

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